Suelle Anglin (she/her) is a communication and reputation management professional with a wealth of knowledge, and over seven years of experience working in the private sector and non-governmental organizations, in Jamaica and the Caribbean doing brand development and implementing strategic marketing and communication campaigns on traditional and new media. A recently awarded Chevening Scholar, Suelle holds a Master of Arts degree in Corporate Communication, Marketing and Public Relations from the University of Leeds, England, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Language Communication and Society from The University of West Indies, Mona.
Over the last five years, she has worked with one of the leading human rights organizations in Jamaica, promoting the public education, tolerance, and acceptance of LGBT people. She has been critical in expanding pride celebrations and the inclusion and promotion of dancehall spaces, highlighting the nuances existing with LGBT people and the genre. In addition, she has been pivotal in implementing information communications technology (ICT) integration in the national HIV testing, treatment and support, and linkage to care response in Jamaica.
Suelle has key interests in feminism, promoting safe sex education, and accessing information in the global HIV response for lesbian and bisexual women. Her interest in data and its rapid development and socio-linguistics guides how she develops and implements human rights cantered work.