M.P.A., University of the District of Columbia
B.S., Miami University of Ohio
Annette Pope joined the Georgia Health Policy Center in December 2008. Annette coordinates the GHPC’s proposal development and strategic planning processes. She is responsible for managing administrative and human resource functions including staff development and training. She also coordinates efforts to brand and market the Center to increase new opportunities. Annette has an extensive background in program planning and development, management, fund development, and public relations. Prior to joining the GHPC, she served as Chief Executive Officer of Camp Fire USA, Georgia Council and Chief Operating Officer of Cool Girls, Inc. Annette has more than seventeen years of experience in youth development, housing, homelessness, and health care. Prior to relocating to the Atlanta area in 1998, Annette worked for a regional planning organization in Washington, DC where she served as Program Manager for a four million dollar housing demonstration grant. Annette earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Miami University of Ohio and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, DC.