MSJC Announces Human Trafficking Presentation

March 29, 2016

April 14, 12:30 – 2:00 pm
Menifee Valley Campus, Room 927
28237 La Piedra Rd., 92584

May 3, 12:30 – 2:00 pm
San Jacinto Campus Library
1499 N. State St., 92583

Sponsored by the MSJC Diversity Committee, this presentation will cover some facts about various aspects of human trafficking and the complexities of being in the cycle of trafficking. Dynamics of the relationships will be addressed as well as common circumstances that may lead to a situation where one finds themselves in this vicious cycle. Our speaker has extensive knowledge and expertise in this area. Anne-Michelle Ellis is the original Coordinator for the San Bernardino County Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation. CASE is an extensive Anti-Human Trafficking Program organized and operated by a rich partnership of county agencies including the District Attorney, Public Defender, Child Family Services, Public Schools, Behavioral Health and others. She has worked in this assignment for over five years. In this role, she has regularly provided trainings to law enforcement personnel, community partners, faith-based agencies and interested stakeholders on the complex and dark world of human trafficking. Furthermore, she coordinates a multi-disciplinary team that works directly with victims of trafficking. She also facilitates a regular county-wide outreach and community engagement meeting that supports the work of the CASE steering committee.

Get the flyer: Human Trafficking

For more information contact Vera Stamenkovic at vstamenkovic@msjc.edu