Annalyse Keller is a veteran communicator with nearly a decade of experience on Capitol Hill and political campaigns.
At Seven Letter, Annalyse specializes in media engagement and developing persuasive messages to help coalitions, corporations and trade associations tell their stories and achieve their objectives.
Prior to joining Seven Letter, Annalyse served as Communications Director for Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) during his closely–watched 2020 Senate re-election campaign. She served as the Senator’s on-the-record spokesperson, pitching and shaping stories to members of the national and state press corps. There, she also crafted and executed successful communications campaigns for critical legislative issues including a law to designate a national three digit suicide hotline and the passage of the Great American Outdoors Act, the largest land conservation bill to become law in half a century.
Annalyse previously served as Deputy Chief of Staff and spokesperson in the House of Representatives for Republican Members of Congress from Michigan and Alabama, respectively.
Annalyse grew up in a military family, living coast-to-coast from Virginia to Washington State. She earned her undergraduate degree from Auburn University in International Relations and Spanish and holds a Master of Arts in Defense and Strategic Studies from the United States Naval War College.
Annalyse works in the Seven Letter Washington, D.C. office.