Anjalee Khemlani is an award-winning journalist and currently a Managing Editor at ROI-NJ, the premier business news site for New Jersey.
In the past several years she has dabbled in local, national and international news, blogging, aggregate news, content/SEO writing, multimedia and broadcast. She has worked for NJBIZ, RT America, 8K Radio, The Press of Atlantic City, The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader, Latin Post, Demand Studios and Advantage Publishing. She has previously contributed to the Times of India and SheThePeople.Tv.

Anjalee has also been a repeat guest on NJTV (a PBS affiliate) and New Jersey 12, as well as been seen on TV Asia and CNN-IBN.

She has moderated several panels in New Jersey and New York focused on health care, business, investigative reporting and politics.

She graduated with a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Florida.

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    […] Managing Editor of ROI New Jersey Anjalee Khemlani goes on the record with us […]

    Clem Kost said:
    July 23, 2019 at 11:35 pm

    Dear Ms. Khemlani, While I did not see it, I understand you authored an expose regarding World Lenders and their alleged unscrupulous practices. I can attest to these claims; however, it was not a personal experience. I have a dear friend living in Augusta, Ga who is a widow aged 75 who stands to lose her house. Her husband who borrowed a large sum of money from World Lenders committed suicide in Dec 2017 after numerous threats from parties unknown. The widow is now faced with a suit and daily interest charges of $394. Her husband used the house as collateral unbeknownst to her. Matter of fact, she asked the representative (attorney not registered with the GA Bar Association) if the house was included as collateral. She was told no, a lie. She is now faced with losing her house.
    The person who committed suicide was David Luckey, a dentist. I think you have the power to expose this corrupt company that has committed this process with many of their clients.
    I can be reached at 000-000-0000. I have no direct family ties with this person; however, I am a friend and she needs help.

    Jay Rathod said:
    January 29, 2020 at 1:54 pm

    Hi, I think your reporting is excellent.

    I’m based in London UK looking to go into the investment analyst space of healthcare and biotechnology. I find your reporting very informative and on point.

    Hope you can be part of my extended network.
    Best wishes
    Jay Rathod

    Robert Cheek said:
    April 20, 2020 at 5:55 am

    Not sure about the connection between US Cotton and covid testing as Cotten swaps are not recommended in most PCR testing as it contains inhibitory substances substances. A synthetic cotton swab, which is essentially nylon is recommended.

    It’s why 3D printing companies, as well as a new public-private partnership with the Gates Foundation, United Health Group (UNH) and U.S. Cotton, have all gotten involved. The coalition is promising more than 5 million swabs that will be sent to states, President Donald Trump said on Friday.

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