Anjuli Solanki has a background in community engagement, public programming and urban research. She has a passion for public spaces and has done extensive research on public spaces in Kigali, Rwanda. Anjuli is currently working on research and community engagement projects in Toronto wiht several organizations including OpenCity Projects, STEPS and the Toronto Public Space Initiative. Her favorite public spaces in Toronto are its streets.
Anjuli has worked in community engagement and public program development at a number of non-profits, including the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, the Goethe Institute in Kigali, and Jane’s Walk in Toronto.
Anjuli holds a Master’s in Urban Planning from Oxford Brookes University and a Bachelor’s in Human Geography from the University of British Columbia.
She is also an avid painter, an enthusiastic vegetarian cook, and a lover of sunny spots.