Princess Bazley-Bethea

Manager, Together Project

Princess joined InterAction in March of 2017 as the Manager of the Together Project, an initiative designed to create a hub of advocacy and solidarity for U.S.-based NGOs that provide necessary development and humanitarian relief around the world but confront discrimination or targeted regulations in the U.S. due to their operating principles or religious faith. Princess is an expert at nonprofit program design and management across technical fields domestically and abroad. She has an extensive portfolio of establishing partnerships with relevant stakeholders, identifying shared interests, and collectively responding to issues of concern.

Prior to joining InterAction, Princess worked with the National United Methodist Church as an Office Coordinator across three locations. Princess has a broad range of experience at the National Women’s Law Center, the program development office of Delta Sigma Theta, and as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Eastern Caribbean. She also brings direct experience successfully coordinating numerous programs ranging from youth and mentorship in St. Kitts to black women’s health and economic empowerment in the United States to refugee advocacy and support in South Africa.

Princess has a M.A. in Ethics, Peace, and Global Affairs from American University and a B.A. in Sociology from Winthrop University. In her free time, Princess enjoys life with her spouse, traveling, writing, and supporting the cultural and performing arts in the DC-metro area.