Anoushé Husain

Anoushé Husain is featured in the recently released #1 best selling book Tough Women Adventure Stories.  She has a Masters in European Governance from The University of Luxembourg.  Anoushé has made a career of civil service, including time spent as a policy advisor for the Department of Energy and Climate Change. She also served in a Diversity and Inclusion Manager for The Department of Education.  Anoushé speaks six languages, has several publications, is involved in endless speaking engagements, and has been receiving commendations and awards for at least the last 10 years.  Seems like a full schedule, but Anoushé also co-founded paraclimbing London, and serves as an ambassador for The Ehlers-Danlos Support UK and Limb Power, as well as supporting The Grit and Rock Foundation.  AND if that isn’t enough, Anoushé is a rock climber who has recently ranked both 2nd and 3rd nationally in her category for UK paraclimbers.

We are so fortunate to have had the opportunity to speak with Anoushé on the latest episode of the DIHEDRAL Podcast. Link HERE (We can also be found on most podcast platforms, including iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon.)

Anoushé captivated us with her experiences and dedication to civil service. This was such an inspiring and motivational chat, and we feel so happy to have the opportunity to share it with you.

Anoushé keeps up with a refreshingly honest social media footprint (Insta, Twitter, Facebook), and website anoushehusain.com . Her platform is absolutely worth a follow.

And finally, we reference a particularly inspiring video of Anoushé in our chat, which can be found here.

As always, we want to thank you for listening. If you like what you hear, and want to hear more please feel free to subscribe to the podcast and share it with your friends.

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