Anna Landre is a student at Georgetown University studying Latin American and African Studies, disability justice, and international development. Anna is a disability activist focusing on the social and legal barriers faced by disabled people around the world, and she currently serves the Washington, DC city government as an Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner. She also works with the Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies on disability-inclusive pandemic relief policies and is helping to expand The Partnership's scope to Latin America and the Caribbean. Anna is a 2020 Truman Scholar and a 2021 Marshall Scholar, and she will be spending the next two years studying Humanitarian Emergencies at the London School of Economics. Her advocacy efforts have been featured in outlets including the Washington Post, Forbes, and others.