Anne Flynn

Anne Flynn

Anne Flynn earned a Bachelors Degree in English in 1972 from Eastern Kentucky University and a Masters in Education in 1974 from the University of Kentucky. She taught high school English and coached basketball for nine years before returning to school to earn a Bachelors degree in nursing from Spalding Uolence, such as Helping St. Louis County Families: A Guide for Court Professionals on the Co-Occurrence of Domestic Violence and Child Abuse/Neglect, Ozha Wazbeganniss: Exploring Supervised Visitation and Exchange Services in Native American Communities (co-author with Dr. Oliver Williams), Assisting Battered Women Involved in the Child Protection System ~ A Framework for San Francisco, and Providing Appropriate Family Time for Children Involved in Deprivation Cases Domestic Violence Considerations, Georgia Model Courts Project.niversity. The majority of Anne’s nursing career was spent doing investigative and regulatory work with the Kentucky Office of Inspector General and Adult Protective Services.

After retiring from Kentucky state government, Anne operated her own consulting business, offering continuing education for nurses and is now working with Ava Crow as a paralegal.