Anastasia Glushko was a foster kid who became a ward of the state at twelve. Over the next six years, she lived with three different families and attended five different high schools.
She went on to study International Relations at the Australian National University, and later, at the University of Oxford in the UK—experiences that she credits with transforming her life.
In 2017, Anastasia was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate programs and services making an impact in improving higher education outcomes for young people in care in the UK, Europe and the United States.
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