Annie Lewis-O’Connor is the founder and director of the Women’s CARE Clinic (Coordinated Approach Recovery & Empowerment), which provides patient-informed health care to women who have been intentionally harmed, and she teaches violence prevention and intervention at Harvard Medical School and Boston College. She is a board-certified pediatric and ob-gyn nurse practitioner and a sexual assault nurse examiner. In addition, she chairs the National Health Collaborative on Violence and Abuse, and she is the principal investigator on a National Institute of Justice grant that addresses reducing domestic violence, homicide, and risk. Ms. Lewis-O’Connor is published in several peer-reviewed journals and academic books on violence against women and children, and her work in violence against women and children has reached Haiti, China, and Taiwan. In 2011, she joined the faculty of the Center for Clinical and Global Health Education at The John Hopkins University, teaching a global online course on violence against women. In 2012, she was recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a Champion in Health Care. Ms. Lewis-O’Connor has an M.S.N. from Simmons College, an M.P.H. from Boston University, and a Ph.D. from Boston College.