Colorado native Anne Munch attended the University of Denver for both her undergraduate degree in psychology and sociology as well as her law degree. Anne spent thirteen years as a prosecutor in Colorado specializing in crimes of interpersonal violence. In addition to her work as a prosecutor, she worked in the advocacy field as the director of the San Miguel Resource Center, a domestic violence and sexual assault response program in Telluride, CO and also directed the Colorado and the Ending Violence Against Women Project, a statewide multi-disciplinary training and technical assistance project in Colorado.
Currently Anne Munch owns her own consulting business where she works full time providing speaking, training and consulting in the areas of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking. She is a recognized subject matter expert in her field, and provides her consulting services to local, national and military organizations as well as to colleges and universities across the United States, Asia and Europe. As a primary focus, Anne trains criminal justice professionals in the investigation and prosecution of sexual assault and other crimes of interpersonal violence. She has worked extensively with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response programs for the military and co-developed the first Bystander Intervention program for the US Air Force as well as the two-week Sexual Assault Special Victims Unit Investigations Course for the US Army. She is on the teaching faculty for the International Association of Chiefs of Police and is a part time Municipal Court Judge in Lakewood, CO.