- April 17, 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
What You’ll Learn:
- The legal definitions of human trafficking.
- Risk factors involved in human trafficking.
- The process by which human trafficking occurs.
- How human trafficking looks locally.
- Resources available locally for human trafficking survivors.
- Questions will be answered throughout the presentation.
Presenter: Kelly S.
Kelly S. is the outreach advocate for Braking Traffik, a program of Family Resources Inc. Kelly joined the Braking Traffik team in July of 2016. Prior to joining with Braking Traffik Kelly worked for seven years in Wisconsin as a home consultant with Winnebago County Department of Human Services in the child welfare division. During this time Kelly be-came interested in serving survivors of human trafficking. Kelly also served as a crisis intervention counselor and an advocate for children from homes with domestic violence dynamics while living in Pennsylvania. Kelly has several stories from her experiences in a variety of professional locations that have indicators of human trafficking. Kelly enjoys providing trainings to professionals in the hopes others will identify and recognize what Kelly did not because she had not received relevant training. Kelly earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and her Master’s degree in Human Services with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University in Virginia.
Venue: Methodist Church Wapello