Annie Gill-Bloyer is the Faith Outreach Organizer for the ONE Campaign supported by Bread for the World (www.bread.org), a nationwide Christian movement that seeks justice for the world’s hungry people by educating decision makers.
Bread for the World is one of the founding partners of a broad-based coalition movement known as the ONE Campaign (www.one.org), which aims to help Americans raise their voice as one against the emergency of HIV/AIDS and extreme poverty, so that decision makers will do more to save millions of lives in the world’s poorest countries.
Gill-Bloyer is a graduate of Wheaton College (Illinois), where she studied anthropology. As an undergraduate student, Gill-Bloyer worked in Pietermartizburg, South Africa, conducting social research on some of the effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and interning with a grass roots social justice organization. At Wheaton, Gill-Bloyer led a campus organization that raised awareness about and encouraged engagement in global issues. In her current position, she works to mobilize students, young people and people in faith communities to raise awareness and activism around global poverty and HIV/AIDS.