Annalise J. Setorie (she/her) serves the NAACP as the Director of Partnerships. In this role, she works with community partners to further civil rights work across the US and abroad. Additionally, she oversees various external initiatives, including the NextGen Leadership Program, and the Amos C. Brown Fellowship to Ghana. She works with various identity-based initiatives and committees within the Association and serves as the chair of the staff-driven LGBTQ+ Task Force.
Annalise is an influential leader with over 10 years of non-profit management and leadership development experience. Prior to overseeing partnerships at the NAACP, she worked in the Association's Events Planning Department and has held positions at various institutes of higher education including Johns Hopkins University, American University, and the University of Kentucky.
An advocate for social justice and an emerging strategic leader, she considers herself a life-long learner and consistently seeks ways to better serve her community. Annalise currently sits on the Board of Trustees for Antilles School in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, of which she is an alum. When she's not cultivating meaningful partnerships and relishing in all things related to Black Girl Magic, Annalise enjoys experiencing new restaurants, traveling, and Carnival celebrations across the world. She currently resides in the DC Metro area, with her fur-child, Ace.
Annalise received a Bachelor of Science from Temple University in 2011, and a Master of Education from the University of Arkansas in 2013.