Anne Seymour is a co-founder and Senior Advisor to the Washington, D.C.-based non-profit Justice Solutions, and the Director of its “Fairness, Dignity & Respect for Crime Survivors” project. She specializes in criminal and juvenile justice and restorative justice, crime victims' rights and services, and community safety. She has 36 years of experience, first as the Director of Public Affairs for the National Office of Mothers Against Drunk Driving and, from 1985 to 1993, as co-founder and Director of Communications of the National Victim Center (now National Center for Victims of Crime).
She was a core Project Team member that, in 2006, developed a national “Impact of Crime on Victims” curriculum for justice-involved youth and adults. Seymour has written extensively on restorative justice issues, with an emphasis on victim/survivor involvement and issues. She currently serves as a member of the OJJDP Restorative Justice Task Force. She has received numerous honors for her efforts, including the 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award from the U.S. Congressional Victims’ Rights Caucus and the 1992 "Outstanding Service to Crime Victims" award from President Bush.