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Panel discussion on human trafficking after THE BOYS documentary

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The Boys Documentary is NOT included in this discussion. If you’d like to watch before, go to: www.theboysdoc.com. Thank you to sponsors: San Mateo County Human Trafficking Program, BraveMaker, Bay […]
The Boys Documentary is NOT included in this discussion. If you’d like to watch before, go to: www.theboysdoc.com.

Thank you to sponsors: San Mateo County Human Trafficking Program, BraveMaker, Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Coalition, Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital, and the South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking.
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Nathan Earl’s Bio:
Nathan Earl is a Master of Public Health Candidate at Yale University and the Principal at Giant Slayer Consulting. Nathan leverages more than 20 years of combined lived and professional experience to help organizations and communities respond to violence against boys and male-identifying individuals across the social-ecological framework. Mr. Earl is a Fellow of the U.S. Office on Trafficking in Persons’ Human Trafficking Leadership Academy and holds Certificates in Leadership and Human Subjects Research.

Miriam Wolf’s Bio:
Miriam Wolf, MS, LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with almost 30 years of experience in the field of child maltreatment as practitioner, trainer, curriculum development specialist and expert witness. Since 2004, Miriam has served as a Forensic Interview Specialist and Director of the Forensic Interview Program for San Mateo County. Over the course of her career, Miriam has conducted or observed more than 3,000 interviews of children and teens who are suspected victims of abuse or trafficking. Miriam is a primary author of and lead trainer for California’s Child Forensic Interview Training (CFIT) program and serves on the faculty of two national forensic interview training programs, one specific to interviewing suspected minor victims of sex trafficking. Miriam holds a master’s degree in Social Work from Columbia University, a master’s degree in Special Education from Bank Street College, and a B.A. in Sociology from UCLA.