Annie Sieger

Annie is a Senior Associate who focuses on policy and financial analysis, including economic impacts analysis and needs assessments, and stakeholder engagement and facilitation. Her experience includes projects for libraries across the country, as well as regional and local government agencies in the Puget Sound Region and the State of Washington. She enjoys working with communities and organizations to design processes that help answer complex policy questions. Her diverse skillset allows her to marry quantitative and qualitative analytical methods, achieving nuanced answers that respond to the question holistically.

Annie received her B.A. in Political Economy and Law, Societies, and Justice from the University of Washington, earning the Sharon Redeker Award for Exemplary Public Service. She is a 2011 graduate of the National Education for Women’s Leadership Puget Sound Leadership Academy and a 2012 graduate of the Center for Women and Democracy’s Leadership Institute. Annie is the Chair of the City of Kent Parks and Recreation Commission.


A native Washingtonian, Annie loves to explore the state and visit her favorite destinations, including Potholes State Park and Whidbey Island. Despite being from Seattle, she hates the rain and prefers to stay indoors to read. On sunny days, she heads outdoors to spend time on the water or ski in the mountains.