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318 – 2024 Orange County Inspirational Women: Forum and Leadership Awards

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast intern, Nadia Sosa, as the two discuss Dr. Sandie Morgan’s new award. Dr. Sandie Morgan Dr. Sandie Morgan is recognized globally for her expertise on combating human trafficking and working to end violence against women. She is the director of the Global Center for …

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316 – Government Agencies as Equippers and Influencers Against Trafficking

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kirsten Foot as the two discuss the role that government agencies play in equipping and influencing others against trafficking. Kirsten Foot Kirsten Foot, PhD, is the CEO and Executive Director of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) which educates employers to prevent  human trafficking, and provides pathways to safe …

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315 – Keeping Our Children Safe Online, with Susan Kennedy

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Susan Kennedy as the two discuss the importance of keeping our children safe online. Susan Kennedy Susan Kennedy joined the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in 2018.  At NCMEC, Susan leads NCMEC’s prevention, outreach, training, and partnership programs. Previously Susan was the Director of Programs at the …

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314 – A Prevention Framework, with Kimberly Casey

Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by her friend and colleague, Kimberly Casey. The two discuss the National Human Trafficking Prevention Framework and the ways in which human trafficking is not simply a crime, but a human rights and public health issue. Kimberly Casey Kimberly is Communications and Prevention Specialist at the Office on Trafficking in …

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313 – Four Pillars of Medical Institution Response to Human Trafficking, with Lisa Murdock

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Lisa Murdock as the two discuss the critical response of medical institutions to human trafficking. Lisa Murdock Lisa Murdock, MSN, RN, CNE Pediatric Acute Care Nurse  & Co-Chair Healthcare subcommittee of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force. Over the past 23 years, Lisa has worked in pediatric acute …

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312 – How Does Intersectionality Inform Our Response to Human Trafficking?

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kevin Bales as the two discuss the importance of intersectionality when fighting to end human trafficking. Kevin Bales Kevin Bales is a professor of contemporary slavery and a co-founder of Free the Slaves, a nonprofit organization that works to end slavery worldwide. He has written several books and articles …

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311 – Youth Labor Trafficking and Forced Criminality

Dr. Sandra Morgan is joined by Kaitlyn Zedalis as the two discuss the role of forced criminality in labor trafficking. Kaitlyn Zedalis Kaitlyn Zedalis is the associate director of research, learning, and advocacy for the Covenant House Action and Research Tank (CHART) at Covenant House New Jersey, where she oversees agency initiatives related to research, …

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310 – What’s the Best Way to Equip Business Leaders?

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Kirsten Foot and Kenneth Andrew as the three discuss the role of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) in equipping businesses with the tools and resources necessary to end trafficking. Kirsten Foot Kirsten Foot, PhD, is the CEO and Executive Director of Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST) which …

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309 – The Asian Pacific Islander Human Trafficking Task Force, with Panida Rzonca

Dr. Sandie Morgan is joined by Panida Rzonca as the two discuss the importance of organizations who provide services to those of different cultures, specifically the Asian Pacific Islander community. Panida Rzonca Panida has been working with Thai victims of human trafficking at Thai CDC since 2007. Panida oversees and provides all direct social and …

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