Sr. Anne Victory has led efforts against human trafficking for over a decade. She helped to establish the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking in 2007. One result of the Collaborative’s work is that over 60 agencies in NE Ohio–law enforcement, health care, social services, and others—are now connected to weave a safety net for the men, women, and children who are victims of human trafficking. Sister Anne is Director of Education at the Collaborative, and her background includes extensive experience as a nurse clinician, educator, and administrator.
Sister Anne Victory, HM, is the Director of Education for the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking, based in Cleveland, Ohio. She designs and gives presentations about human trafficking to a wide variety of groups. She has served on the Steering Committee of the Collaborative from its founding in 2007. Sister Anne is also active with U.S. Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking and was the organization’s Board President from 2016-2020. Sister Anne served on the Humility of Mary Leadership Team from 2001-2009. Prior to that, she was Director of Staff Education and Vice President of Mission for a health care system and earlier served for 25 years as a hospital nurse clinician, educator, and administrator. The oldest of seven children, she was born and raised in Ohio. She entered the congregation of the Sisters of the Humility of Mary after high school graduation. Sister Anne has a master’s degree in Nursing from Ohio State University.