Congregational Engagement welcomes Anne Eisner and Katherine Webber
EHF is pleased to announce that the Foundation has added two new members to the Congregational Engagement Team. Anne Eisner has joined as the Administrative Assistant for Community Engagement and Katie Webber has joined as the Intern for Congregational Engagement.
Anne Eisner, Administrative Assistant for Community Engagement
Anne Eisner comes to EHF with more than 25 years of experience at a local nature center where she most recently served as the Program Coordinator performing educational outreach programs at libraries, schools and child care centers. She also managed a team of volunteers to work with children in camps, on field trips, and visiting the nature center. As a lifelong Episcopalian and member of Christ Church Cathedral in Houston for years, she wanted her next job to have a mission that inspired her as well as helping the community—EHF seemed to be a natural fit.
Eisner joins EHF to support the administrative and operational functions of the Congregational Engagement Division.
Katie Webber, Intern for Congregational Engagement
Katie Webber is originally from Ottawa, Kansas. She is an alumna of Rice University where she studied Religion and Women’s Studies. Katie also works as a Project Archivist at the Houston Jewish History Archives. She is passionate about faith-based organizing and fostering positive interfaith connection. She is excited to be working with EHF’s Congregational Engagement team to connect with churches and help share the stories of their work of spreading loving kindness and justice across Texas.
Webber joins EHF to support Congregational Engagement communications in an effort to tell impactful stories that illustrate imagination, inspire congregational action, and keep parishioners better informed.