Anne Hulick

Anne Hulick is the CT Director of Clean Water Action/Clean Water Fund, a national environmental advocacy organization. For more than 12 years, she has been a leader in environmental health, advocating for policies that protect our waters, mitigate climate change, and reduce toxic pollution that harm health and the environment. She has written and lectured extensively on the health impacts of toxic chemicals like PFAS, contributed to the Environmental Health E-Textbook for Nursing, and co-authored the Water and Health Report and several other publications. She is part of a national coalition working on toxic chemicals and a member of the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments, where she serves on the Steering Committee and co-chairs the Policy and Advocacy Workgroup. Anne was a critical care nurse and director of nursing prior to pursuing a law degree and developing her career in environmental health. She has a BSN from University of Hartford, a MS degree from UCONN, and a JD from Western New England School of Law. She was admitted to the CT Bar in 2007. After law school, Anne worked as an environmental analyst at CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection before coming to Clean Water Action.