Thursday, May 14 at 12:00 p.m. ET
Human trafficking is a complex crime that is rooted in the exploitation of an individual for their labor through intricate power dynamics. Join Ms. Resener as she talks about the who, what, where, and why of human trafficking, as well as where you can learn more about the global context.
Camerron Resener is the Human Trafficking Training Coordinator for the Office for Victim Programs at the Colorado Department of Public Safety. She has worked on human trafficking issues since 2009, earning degrees in Psychology from the University of Virginia and a Masters in International Human Rights with concentrations in Forced Labor & Human Trafficking and Qualitative & Quantitative Research from the University of Denver. She has worked and volunteered with groups such as the Human Trafficking Center, International Justice Mission, and co-founded an NGO in Charlottesville, Virginia that focused on general awareness of local trafficking and trainings to government agencies within the area.