Anne Douds

Co-Chair & Associate Professor of Public Policy at Gettysburg College

Anne Douds, JD, PhD, has received the Dr. Ralph Cavaliere Endowed Teaching Award (2020) and the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (2019) at Gettysburg College, and is the Program Lead for the Eisenhower Institute’s Women and Leadership program. She is a retired trial attorney with 20 years of experience in civil litigation.

Dr. Ralph Cavaliere Endowed Teaching Award, 2020

 

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, 2019
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The study of policy and civic engagement has been at the forefront of the mind of Public Policy Chair Anne Douds since her days as a trial attorney and policy consultant, as she witnessed firsthand the effects of policy-making and the importance of civil rights litigation. Now working as an educator, she enables dialogue around change makers and the policy behind their actions, including in her current book project with Gettysburg College student co-authors.

2020 Winner of the Dr. Ralph Cavaliere Endowed Teaching Award at Gettysburg College

2019 Winner of the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity at Gettysburg College