Ms. Elise G. Annett

Research Associate

Elise G. Annett is the Institutional Research, Assessment, and Accreditation Associate at the Eisenhower School, where she is responsible for data analysis on student, faculty, and program performance. She holds a Master of Professional Studies in Higher Education Administration, with a focus on Educational Research, Assessment Methods, and Institutional Effectiveness, from Georgetown University. At The Catholic University of America, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Philosophy.

She is pursuing a Doctor of Liberal Studies degree at Georgetown University, studying philosophical, educational, cultural, political, and international issues to gain a comprehensive understanding of the complexities in today's global context. Elise is skilled in evaluation and assessment, report writing and data interpretation. Her research interests encompass military education, student performance, and interdisciplinary studies.

Prior to her role at the Eisenhower School, Elise contributed to the U.S. Department of State’s Foreign Service Institute, specifically within the School of Language Studies and the Transition Center. Her diverse background and ongoing academic pursuits underscore her commitment to enhancing educational outcomes and institutional effectiveness.