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Industries Impacted By Human Trafficking: Business &Community Fighting Back

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90 7th Street

San Francisco, California 94103

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Join us on October 30th for a full day conference with law enforcement, businesses, survivors, service providers and volunteers as we explore the impact of modern-day slavery on the industries. Learn about effective policies and innovative programs preventing the use of business venues and chains of supply for human trafficking. Exchange experience and network with other professionals and volunteers fighting this heinous crime and assisting the survivors.

MCLE / CEU credits will be available.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided.


Keynote Speaker

Harold D’Souza, Member of the President-appointed United States Advisory Council on Human Trafficking, comprising of eleven survivor leaders who bring their knowledge and experience to advise and provide recommendations on federal anti-trafficking policies to the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (PITF).

Other Featured Speakers & Moderators

Nancy O’Malley, Alameda County District Attorney

Geroge Gascon, San Francisco District Attorney

Katy Tang, San Francisco Supervisor (District 4)

Ryan Spradlin, Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent in Charge

Patricia Lavagnino, Consul General of Guatemala

William Scott, San Francisco Police Chief

Wilma Gandoy, Consul of Legal Protections, Consulate General of Mexico

Jennifer Kimball, Philanthropic Engineer, Palantir

Dr. Emily Murase, Director, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women

Fabiola Kramsky, Founder and CEO, Tuiris, Inc.

Jennifer Tse, Regional Coordinator, Workplace Crimes, Western Region, U.S. Department of Labor

Stay tuned for more information on speakers and presenting agencies.



The conference program will include:

Morning Plenary Panels

Digital Technology to Counter Human Trafficking

Criminal Justice & Policy Response to Human Trafficking Impacting Industries

Afternoon Breakout Roundtables by Industry

Transportation

Food Supply

Personal Services

Janitorial & Domestic Services

At registration, please indicate which roundtable you plan to attend. If you would also like to present at the roundtable discussion on your relevant projects and services please email Antonia Lavine at antonialavine@sfcaht.org.


To purchase your tickets, please click on the green "Tickets" button above.

Admission is free for students and survivors of human trafficking. Registration for tables with promotional materials of SFCAHT member-organizations is free also. To register under these options, please e-mail info@sfcaht.org.

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