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Angela Lytle

Executive Director 

Angela Lytle is an educator with extensive experience teaching, facilitating workshops and developing educational programming and curriculum in international settings. Angela has worked with the Women, Gender and Justice Program in Costa Rica, and has served as a resource person with IWRAW-APs “Global to Local” program for NGO representatives at the CEDAW Committee. Angela lived in South Korea where she engaged in educational and activist work with the Korean Women’s Associations United, and organizations supporting survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery. She does educational work on sexualized violence in war with various community organizations. She is on the Research Ethics Board of the Sikh Feminist Research Institute, and has been a member of the Centre for Women’s Studies in Education’s Executive Council. She is currently pursuing her PhD in the area of women’s human rights, CEDAW and movement-building. A yoga practitioner and educator focussing on survivors of trauma and women’s wellness, she also engages in research and practice in the area of women’s human rights and Embodied Learning. Involved in the WHRI since its inception in 2004, Angela has been Executive Director since 2009. Under her leadership, the WHRI has expanded to offer international programs, online learning and consultancy.


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