Enisha Shropshire

Enisha served as Director of Board and External Affairs at Texas 2036, a public policy nonprofit that uses data to drive forward-thinking change for Texas. There, she was responsible for building and maintaining Texas 2036’s board of directors and ensuring diversity across several demographic measures – ethnicity, geography, industry, age, and gender. Additionally, Enisha was responsible for building and maintaining relationships with community, civic, and business leaders across the entire state of Texas.

Previously, Enisha spent five years at the George W. Bush Institute. She served as Senior Program Manager for Leadership Programs. In this role, Enisha launched and oversaw the dayto-day operations of the Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program that included scholar and speaker logistics, program development, and communication efforts. She also supported the execution of the Presidential Leadership Scholars, Liberty and Leadership, and WE Lead programs.

A Dallas native, Enisha is deeply involved in various community organizations that advance outcomes for undeserved populations. She is a past president of the Mayor’s Star Council and currently serves on the board of directors as chair of the strategic planning committee. She serves on the boards of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and ScholarShot, an organization that helps at-risk students complete vocational associate, or undergraduate degrees. She also serves on the Community Advisory Board of KERA. Nationally, Enisha was selected to become a member of the American Enterprise Institute’s Leadership Network, a policy education and professional development program. Most recently, Enisha became a Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award honoree which celebrates up and-comers and influencers in the North Texas community.