Anne has done much of her learning, educating and facilitating in service of ending violence and uprooting its causes. Anne is currently the Director of Training and Leadership Development at the Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence. In her practice she has experienced and shared the transformative impacts of applying the principles and practices of Dialogue Education to deepen learning outcomes. Over 20 years, she gained a breadth of experience providing direct services and advocacy with survivors of violence, facilitating education and outreach, and implementing programs in university, community and criminal justice settings.

Anne holds a BA in Sociology from Gettysburg College and an MA in Education from UVM specializing in Higher Education and Student Affairs, but she considers her most important life lessons to result from the wisdom of her two greatest teachers: her daughters. Anne lives in Vermont where she enjoys the mountains and water of her beautiful state and the nearby Adirondacks in all five seasons (including mud).