Annalise Romoser is the Colorado mobilization manager for the Save the Children Action Network. She is a human rights and environmental advocate. She was the Latin America program coordinator for the Environmental Investigation Agency. Prior to that position, she was the field communications officer for Latin America at Lutheran World Relief (LWR) and, before that, served as LWR´s director for public policy and advocacy, leading advocacy on humanitarian, development, and human rights issues for the organization. Annalise has served as senior associate at the U.S. Office on Colombia and has worked throughout Colombia as a team member with Witness for Peace documenting the impacts of U.S. military and drug policy on human and cultural rights. As program coordinator at Americans for Indian Opportunity, she worked with U.S. tribal governments and international Indigenous groups to advance tribal leadership and sovereignty. She holds a Master’s degree in Latin American studies and International migration from the University of California, San Diego.