Anam Khan is a marketing and financial research professional. She holds a B.A. in English Language and Literature and a minor in International Relations from Smith College. After graduating in 2010, she worked as a Marketing Associate and Research Analyst at Wealth-X, a financial services start up that produces qualitative and quantitative intelligence on ultra high net worth (UHNW) individuals. Anam also worked in the non-profit management consulting industry before joining Wealth-X. She gained additional experience in publishing and government relations prior to receiving her Bachelors. She previously published an article with the Mantle titled “After the Deluge.” You can follow her on Twitter @anamk10.
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Scrutiny of the booming art market in Pakistan
In September, northwest Pakistan was devastated by heavy floods. Millions of people fled submerged villages in desperation. Militants based in the region were quick to respond with food, medical aid, and shelter. The overshadowing of the government's own response efforts to the disaster has serious implications, says Anam Khan.