Anna Nasset is an international speaker providing training on stalking, sexual assault, victim services, suicide awareness, workplace culture, bystander prevention and more.
Anna has been an on-going victim of stalking by a man she does not know for the last decade and turns her experience of sexual and psychological abuse into that of speaking, outreach, and activism. In 2019 the offender received the maximum sentence for aggravated felony stalking, ten years. With her newfound freedom, Anna now works to change the story, to stand up and speak up, to educate others on sex related crimes, trauma, victim impact, and empowerment. She is passionate about assisting first responders, victim service providers, and community members.
Anna works with law enforcement, victim service agencies, state and local agencies, the Department of Defense, universities, businesses, and organizations to be part of the solution. She is also an associate board member of EVAWI (End Violence Against Women International) and Difference Makers 10 Strong.
Serving: Advocates, law enforcment, prosecutors, military, universities, communities and corporations.
“The best presentation of the day. Her experience is powerful and deep. Her experience brought light to the legal system, police interaction and internal/external network system. Anna also displayed a strong sense of hope and resilience. Her presentation was well displayed and organized. This was a amazing presentation.”
- NOVA Participant
all can be offered in person or as webinars
Past & Present Clients
Ramstein & MEDDAC
Joint Base Lewis McChord
National Guard: Connecticut, Vermont ARMY SOUTH
US Air Force SVC
+ 20 others
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partnerships & Board Memberships
Anna Nasset has personally used VINELink since 2012 to keep her notified of the offenders custody. This invaluable service in all 48 states (Washington DC and Guam) allows victims to know the statue of incarceration for offenders. Over the last 2 years Anna has partnered with VINELink to share her story and further their reach.
Anna is a proud Associate Board Member of EVAWI. End Violence Against Women International (EVAWI) was founded in 2003 by Sergeant Joanne Archambault, who retired from the San Diego Police Department after serving almost 23 years in law enforcement. During her decades of work with victims and other professionals, Sergeant Archambault saw a critical need for training in sexual assault investigation and prosecution.