Angela Margaret Jane (Anji) Hunter (born 1955) works in public relations.
Hunter was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaya where her father was a rubber plantation manager, and educated at St Leonards School in St Andrews, Scotland and St. Clare's, Oxford, a school whose sixth form she attended. While still in Scotland at 15, she first met Tony Blair. After gaining a First in History and English during 1988 from the Brighton Polytechnic, she began working for Blair, now an MP, as his political assistant. Hunter became Director of Government Relations for Tony Blair's government in 1997, where she was described as "the most influential non-elected person in Downing Street".
In 2001 she left Downing Street to become Director of Communications at the oil giant BP in 2002. In 2009 she was appointed Director of External Affairs for Anglo American plc. She is a board member of the Snowdon Trust, founded by the Earl of Snowdon, which provides grants and scholarships for students with disabilities. 
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- Julia Langdon "Profile: Anji Hunter, Blair's Other Woman", The Observer, 1 April 2001
- "Anji Hunter quits No 10". The Daily Telegraph. 2001-11-09. Archived from the original on 4 September 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-25.
- "Our board". The Snowdon Trust.
- Chittenden, Maurice; Elliott, John (2006-07-23). "Adam and Anji's power wedding". London: The Sunday Times. Retrieved 2011-05-07.
- James Tapper (23 July 2006). "Two weddings and a downpour". Mail on Sunday. London: Associated Newspapers Ltd. Retrieved 2011-05-07.
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