Board Member: Anne Collier

A writer and youth advocate, Anne Collier is founder and executive director of the nonprofit Net Safety Collaborative. She has been writing about youth and digital media at since 1999 and serves as an adviser to Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, YouTube and Yubo on digital safety, citizenship and literacy. In addition to her work as a NAMLE board member, she serves on the international advisories of the Young & Resilient Research Center at Western Sydney University and Project Rockit in Melbourne. She has contributed to a number of books and publications, most recently Bullying: Perspectives, Practice and Insights (Council of Europe, 2017). In 2016, she delivered a talk on “The Heart of Digital Citizenship” at TEDxGeneva at the ITU’s World Summit on the Information Society. She is also active in the user care space, having piloted a social media helpline for US schools 2016-‘18. A native of Boston, she is currently residing with her husband in Tallinn, Estonia, on a “digital nomad visa.”