Anee Korme serves as a Director in The Raben Group’s diversity, equity, and inclusion practice. She is a passionate diversity advocate and educator with over 11 years of experience working in the diversity, equity, and inclusion space and its intersection with public higher education.
Before joining Raben, Anee served as the Associate Director for Student Diversity and Development at Towson University, where she provided subject matter expertise on issues related to racial bias and organizational dynamics, while delivering training programs for staff, faculty, and students. Additionally, she served as adjunct faculty at the University, teaching undergraduate and graduate courses on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Anee previously worked as an agent for change at Southern Illinois University; University of Maryland College Park; the David C. Driskell Center for African American Art and Culture; the State Superintendent of Education in Washington, DC; and the National Council for Community and Education Partnerships. Throughout her career, she has developed and implemented more than 100 millennial and Generation Z-based diversity workshops, pieces of training, and seminars.
Anee also provided strategic policies, training, and expertise for clients including PepsiCo/Frito-Lay Pacific Northwest Women’s Forum, Johns Hopkins University Office of Student Engagement and the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Early Childhood, through her private firm.
In 2017, Anee was named one of Prince George’s County’s “40 Under Forty” for her work as a diversity agent and advocate. The proud first-generation Ethiopian American and Maryland native received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Temple University, her Master of Arts in Higher Education Leadership and Policy from the University of Maryland College Park, and her Master of Business Administration from the University of Baltimore.