Ann Frisch was an Unarmed Civilian Protector in Guatemala with Nonviolent Peaceforce in 2007, and, returning, was appointed as Senior Adviser to that organization. She works on advocacy and outreach to demonstrate the capacity of unarmed trained professional civilians to protect civilians caught up in armed conflict. She currently is the Chair of the Rotary Action Group for Peace Nuclear Weapons Education Subcommittee, moderating a website for Rotarians to sign on to the Rotarian appeal to support the Japanese Survivors' of the US nuclear weapons. She is currently part of the leadership of Rotarians' effort to get Rotary International to endorse the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, to build a worker/farmer/business/professional leadership in the nuclear weapons abolition movement, and to facilitate education for divesting personal as well as organizational divestment in nuclear weapons. She works to develop fact-driven education to help Rotarians understand world events both for war and peace; and to take a stand for peace. She advocates civilian diplomacy especially by women and underserved communities. Ann was one of 5 Rotary International Peace Champions at the Rotary UN meeting in Geneva in 2017.