Anne Kuhns

Anne Kuhns is an impact litigation attorney dedicated to advocating for people with disabilities and marginalized communities. Since joining the Georgia Advocacy Office in 2016, Anne has worked to champion the rights of individuals facing housing instability and incarceration. With a background in corporate law, Anne made the decision to pivot her career to pursue her true passion for social justice and human rights. In 2019, Anne shifted much of her focus to litigation within jails, where she witnessed firsthand the devastating impact of housing instability on individuals caught in the cycle of the criminal justice system. It was during this time that Housing First policies evolved from a professional interest to a personal passion for Anne. Motivated by a deep desire to address the underlying causes of homelessness and incarceration for people who experience mental illness, Anne became a vocal advocate for the implementation of Housing First policies, aiming to provide stable housing and support services to those most in need. Outside of her advocacy work, Anne finds joy in her love for Atlanta, her cherished cats, and the close-knit community of her neighborhood. She considers herself fortunate to serve her clients and make a meaningful impact in their lives.