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Anna Nasset, a victim/survivor of stalking for the last decade, has firsthand experience with how to identify and respond to stalking, which has led her to become an international speaker on the subject. She has trained thousands of professionals, students, and military members on the importance of recognizing stalking, getting help, and advocating for oneself and others. Anna is one of very few people who can speak openly about her experience after the man who stalked her received the maximum sentence for aggravated felony stalking—ten years in prison—in 2019. This is one of the longest known sentences for this crime in U.S. history.


As an activist and the owner of Stand Up Resources, Anna works with law enforcement, victim service agencies, universities, and other organizations to be part of the solution. As an authority on stalking, sexual assault, suicide prevention, and navigating the criminal justice system, she works to educate people on victim-centered and trauma-informed practices.


In addition, Anna is a board member with EVAWI, End Violence Against Women International, the Mad River Valley Chamber of Commerce, and serves on the VAC, VINE Advisory Council. She also hosts a podcast, The Mend (sponsored by the Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services), which focuses on topics and services to support crime victims. She resides in the Green Mountains of Vermont with her three-legged chihuahua, Dolly Parton, and is excited about her first book, Now I Speak, coming out later this year.


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.”

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all can be offered in person or as webinars

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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.  Anna is serving a 2 year term as a VAC (VINE Advisory Committee) member. 


Anna is a proud 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.

Tom Tremblay is a retired Chief of Police from Burlington, VT, and the former Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Public Safety.  Tom is now a national and international advisor and trainer for police, prosecutors, advocates, higher education, the military, and government/private sector. Anna and Tom have had the joy of collaborating on several occasions.

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