Education & Training Manager

Annie Valentine, M.Ed. (she/her), leads education and training initiatives in the Center for Health and Wellbeing at UVM. Her team delivers programming on a variety of health topics, including healthy relationships and healthy sexuality, mindfulness/ meditation, resiliency, and mental health/suicide prevention and bystander intervention.

Annie’s work largely focuses on suicide prevention and mental health literacy training. She has served as an adviser, facilitator and committee member on a number of campus and statewide initiatives such as the Vermont Suicide Prevention Center, formerly the Vermont Youth Suicide Prevention committee, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Active Minds at UVM.  She is a certified Adult Mental Health First Aid trainer and Campus Connect Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper trainer.  She also leads campus efforts on bystander interventions strategies, specifically in relation to bias, discrimination, harassment and microaggressions and is a member of UVM’s Examining White Identity Retreat committee.

Research and/or Creative Works

  • All of Me: An Eating Disorders Documentary participant


  • Case Studies for Student Developmental Theory: Advancing Social Justice and Inclusion in Higher Education,
  • Case Study: Finding Your Voice, Finding Yourself: Examining the Complex Interplay of Intellectual and Racial Identity Development

Awards and Recognition

  • UVM Our Common Ground Award
  • Tim Shiner Ally Award
  • Outstanding Staff Women Award
  • Outstanding Club Adviser Award

Associations and Affiliations

  • Vermont Suicide Prevention Coalition member
  • Next Step Social Justice Retreat facilitator
  • Examining White Identity Retreat committee member
  • Racial Healing Group member
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Areas of Expertise and/or Research

  • Suicide Prevention
  • Eating Disorders
  • Mental Health literacy


  • BA, Saint Michael's College
  • MEd, University of Vermont


  • 802-656-0505
Office Location:

Hills 136A