Annelise Huber is a grants management associate at The Kresge Foundation. She supports the Education and the Environment programs at Kresge. She joined the foundation in 2017.
Previously she served as a consultant at Public Sector Consultants, where she was involved with helping public, private and nonprofit clients make informed, strategic decisions through research, evaluation and data analysis, specializing in energy, environmental, education and economic issues. She has also held positions with the Monroe County Commissioners in Monroe County, Indiana, the National Science Foundation and Clean Water Action.
A native of Mason, Michigan, she earned a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Michigan State University and a master’s degree in public affairs from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.