The Intersection of Human Trafficking and Persons with Disabilities

Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023 | 8:30 a.m. – Noon | FSU College of Law | Free Event

This program will examine the intersection of human trafficking and disability rights work and what service providers and communities can do to take action.

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This program has been approved by The Florida Bar for 3.5 hours of General CLE Credits.

Featured Speakers:
*Liz Kimbel, Program Specialist, The Restoring Ivy Collective & Survivor Advocate, The Center on Human Trafficking at Montclair State University
*Christabelle Robinson, Communications and Social Media Specialist, Global Center on Human Trafficking at Montclair State University
*M. Elizabeth Bowman, PhD, LCSW, LICSW-C, Assistant Professor, Gallaudet University and member, Disability Without Abuse Network
*Daynica Harley, Esq., Clinical Professor, FSU College of Law, Public Interest Law Center’s Human Trafficking and Exploitation Law Project*Jackie Fortman, Deputy Director, Ability 1st
*Meghan Torres, Program Administrator for Quality Improvement, Agency for Persons with Disabilities
*Peter Sleasman, Executive Director, Disability Rights Florida*Caitlyn Clibbon, Public Policy Analyst, Disability Rights Florida