Anne Dufault

Anne Dufault is a current PhD student at Suffolk University in Applied Developmental Psychology. Her research examines how sexual violence prevention efforts on college campuses can address power and oppression, including far-right and fascist threats, and how using a power-conscious lens in sexual violence prevention work can promote positive development both for young people who show warning signs they may cause harm, and young people involved in preventing sexual violence on their campuses. Her work is shaped by nearly a decade as a sexual violence prevention educator with the company Catharsis Productions, where she traveled the U.S. educating college students and U.S. military service members, and trained new educators how to facilitate interactive and engaging conversations about sexual violence. She is also a graduate of University of Illinois at Chicago, with a MEd in Educational Studies. She was a doctoral intern at Our Bodies Ourselves Today during the 2022-2023 academic year, and served as their Interim Director of Program Operations during summer 2023. 


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