Psychologist, Distinguished University Professor, Advocate for Change
Anne DePrince is a psychologist, distinguished university professor, and expert in intimate violence who believes change is possible. She invites you to discover your self-interest in working together to end violence against women and girls.
Anne has worked closely with victim service providers, police, prosecutors, and policy makers over more than two decades of research. An internationally recognized expert in violence against women, Anne studies the impact of multiple forms of violence against women – sexual assault, domestic violence, sex trafficking, adolescent dating violence – on a range of outcomes, from health and economic wellbeing to education and safety. The U.S. Department of Justice recognized her contributions to the nation’s understanding of crime victims with the Vision 21 Crime Victims Research Award.
A clinical psychologist and community-engaged researcher, Anne is a champion for the importance of community-university collaboration for public problem solving. She directed the University of Denver’s Center for Community Engagement to advance Scholarship and Learning for 10 years. Today, she serves as Associate Vice Provost of Public Good Strategy and Research.
Anne is represented by Mullane Literary Associates. Her CV is available here.