Mark Wynn is a national trainer to law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, legislators, healthcare professionals, and victim advocates in all 50 states for over 40 years. An international lecturer at police academies all over the world, Mr. Wynn is also a Fulbright specialist for the Department of State, and is, himself, a survivor of domestic violence. Mr. Wynn is devoted to ending domestic, sexual, elder, and child abuse as a former police officer, detective, educator, program supervisor, and now consultant and advisor.
Most recently, Wynn was featured in an autobiographical documentary depicting his family’s abuse as a child and their journey to healing, entitled, This Is the House Where I Learned Not to Sleep. Bringing together producers, impact producers and filmmakers from the films, The Homestretch, Audrey & Daisy, Private Violence, and Bully, this project brings a unique depth to challenging perceptions of violence against women. This project was supported, in part, by Cindy Waitt and The Waitt Institute for Violence Prevention, Kind World Foundation, Chicago Media Project and The Nathan Cummings Foundation.