Antoinette “ANNIE” Grier
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace – UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA 2021
Equity & Social Justice in the Digital Learning Environment – 2U FACULTY ENRICHMENT PROGRAM 2021
Family Development – TEMPLE UNIVERSITY 2010
Nonprofit Management – DUKE UNIVERSITY 2009
Qualified Administrator – INTERCULTURAL DEVELOPMENT INVENTORY 2021
Certified Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Trainer – NATIONAL COALITION BUILDING INSTITUTE 2020
Parents Raising Safe Kids Curriculum – ACT AGAINST VIOLENCE
Master of Social Work – WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Communication Studies – UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
Ms. Grier’s breadth of knowledge is informed by 8 years of criminal justice research and 7 years of developing critical and innovative programs within the criminal justice systems in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Missouri and Florida.
In her spare time, Annie Grier (#59) likes running full-speed at quarterbacks and ball carriers as a defensive linewoman for the St. Louis SLAM Women’s Professional Tackle Football Team (retired 2019), with whom she won three national championships in the Women’s Football Alliance (2016, 2017 & 2019).
Ms. Grier is a committee member for the Special Commission to Advance Macro Practice in Social Work and a field supervisor for several social work schools across the country. Also, she mentors social work students/recent graduates interested in macro practice.
Listen to Annie Speak About DEI
CARRYING THE WATER: CREATING BETTER COMMUNITIES
RIGOROUSLY RELEVANT (EPISODE 3)
CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE RESEARCH