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Anjali Benjamin-Webb


Anjali Benjamin-Webb is a rising senior at Wellesley College double majoring in Political Science and Studio Art with concentrations in Political Theory, New Media, and Printmaking. Anjali most recently served in the office of the CEO of the Democratic National Convention Committee, Leah Daughtry, and assisted with planning and execution of the 2016 Democratic National Convention. She has also worked for world renowned contemporary artist, Wangechi Mutu as a studio assistant, and went on to work for the curator of the historic art collection of the Constitutional Court of South Africa.

At the Beeck Center, Anjali is contributing to branding and design initiatives, merging her passion for social justice and art, and helping to advance the work of the Beeck Center in social change and innovation. Her multidimensional approach to expanding the visual language of the Beeck Center connects the center’s unique approach with the power of creative imagination.

Education: Bachelors of Arts, Political Science & Studio Art, Wellesley College, Class of 2018

Hometown: Washington, D.C. & Johannesburg, South Africa

Favorite Quote: “When we create out of our experiences, as feminists of color, women of color, we have to develop those structures that will present and circulate our culture” Audre Lorde

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