Dr. Singh's research, practice, and advocacy as centered on the resilience of transgender people, trans people of color, nonbinary youth, survivors of trauma, immigrants, South Asian survivors of child sexual abuse, social
justice and empowerment training, and diversity, equity, and inclusion work in higher education. Dr. Singh has worked on several national competencies and guidelines projects for the American Counseling Association and American Psychological Association (e.g., ACA Transgender Counseling Competencies, ACA LGBQQIA Competencies, ACA Multicultural and Social Justice Competencies, ASGW Multicultural and Social Justice Principles for Group Work, APA Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Guidelines, APA Prevention Science Guidelines).
She is the author (Queer and Transgender Resilience Workbook: Skills for Navigating Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression) or co-author of several books (Qualitative Inquiry in Clinical and Educational Settings, Social justice in group work: Practical interventions for Change, Handbook of Transgender Affirmative Counseling and Psychological Practice, and A Clinician's Guide to Gender-Affirming Care: Working with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients). Dr. Singh is the Past-President of the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision and the Past-President of the Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues (ALGBTIC).
Anneliese A. Singh is an Professor at The University of Georgia and serves in the role as Associate Dean for the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Dr. Singh co-founded the Georgia Safe Schools Coalition to support LGBTQ+ students at the intersection of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, race/ethnicity, disability, class, and other identities and experiences. She founded the Trans Resilience Project to translate her research over the last 15 years on the resilience that trans and nonbinary people develop to resist discrimination and move toward liberation. Dr. Singh is a co-PI on the first NIH-funded longitudinal, multi-site (Atlanta, New York, San Francisco) study of transgender and nonbinary risk and resilience, called Project AFFIRM. Dr. Singh is an affiliated faculty member with the Counseling and Student Personnel Services, Ph.D. program (Gwinnett), School Counseling and Professional Counseling, M.Ed. programs, Counseling Psychology Ph.D. program, and Qualitative Research program.