Anneliese has left The Education Trust for her next adventure. Though she is no longer at Ed Trust, we maintain this bio page as a record of the wonderful work she contributed while with us.
As an editor at Ed Trust, Anneliese works on print and digital publications to help the organization produce high-quality products in keeping with its high professional standards. Before joining Ed Trust’s editorial team, Anneliese worked as an independent writer and editor serving such private and government clients as Langhum Mitchell Communications, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, and, on projects in the United States and East Africa, the U.S. Agency for International Development. She worked previously as a contributing editor at Black Entertainment Television, and for McKinsey & Co. as an electric power information specialist, where she managed a pro bono mentoring program for students at H.G. Woodson Senior High School in Washington, D.C. She is an alumna of Bryn Mawr College, and her work has appeared in Black Issues in Higher Education, Journal of EDM Finance, Honey Magazine, Savoy Magazine, and USAID’s FrontLines.
What are people most surprised to learn about you?
That I dream of one day opening a Victorian-themed tea room.
What drew you to education?
The knowledge that a good education for everyone is both the promise of a just society and the best insurance to sustain it.