Eradicating Human Trafficking

A Transformative Approach Through Collective Impact

End it.

"Eradicating Human Trafficking: A Transformative Approach through Collective Impact" is a groundbreaking work that delves into the complex world of human trafficking. This book is an essential resource for anyone committed to the fight against this global scourge. It skillfully blends in-depth research, real-world case studies, and practical solutions to offer a multi-faceted approach to eradicating human trafficking. 

Whether you're new to this cause or a seasoned advocate, “Eradicating Human Trafficking" is a must-read, shining a light on one of the most pressing human rights issues of our time. Join the movement and arm yourself with the knowledge and strategies needed to make a lasting impact. 

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Brittany Dunn, MBA

Brittany Dunn is a social justice advocate and industry leader in the fight against sex trafficking in the United States. Dunn graduated from Wellesley College with a B.A. in Economics and English. Dunn graduated top of her class with an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management. Dunn spent 10 years in Mergers and Acquisitions, spearheading CareerBuilder’s international business development in Europe and Southeast Asia. In 2018, she co-founded Safe House Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing survivor identification, providing emergency services, and ensuring access to safe housing and holistic care for survivors of domestic sex trafficking. Dunn has devoted her life to promoting equitable access to services and advancing the principles of servant leadership. With a deep understanding of the systemic barriers and inequalities that prevent survivors from accessing the resources they need Dunn has worked tirelessly to empower survivors and build a network of support and resources to help them heal and rebuild their lives. She is a military spouse, mother of two, lifelong learner, world traveler, and protector of the vulnerable.

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Bill Woolf

Bill Woolf is a distinguished subject matter expert in the area of human trafficking, recognized by the Presidential Medal for Extraordinary Efforts. He has a multifaceted career spanning law enforcement, victim services, non-profit sector, prevention, and policy development, making him uniquely qualified to address multi-disciplinary efforts and collaboration. As a law enforcement officer, he initiated and co-led a pivotal human trafficking task force in northern Virginia, significantly impacting victim recoveries and trafficker prosecutions. Founding Anti-Trafficking International, Woolf emphasized preventive education. His expertise guided him to key roles at the U.S. Department of Justice and as a Special Advisor at the White House having shepherded in the first-ever National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking. Woolf's extensive experience is further enriched by his teaching role in the criminology department at George Mason University. He holds a degree from the University of Virginia in foreign affairs policy with a concentration in disruption of transnational organized crime.