||June 2015, UMOS Conference, “Strengthening the Response to Labor Trafficking in Wisconsin” workshop
|October 22, 2014
||October 22, 2014, Safe Harbor Conference, Presenter/Trainer, “Understanding Privacy and Confidentiality When Serving Sexually Exploited Youth,” Minneapolis, MN (Sponsored by US Dept of Justice, Office for Victim of Crime-Training and Technical Assistance Center.
||“Human Trafficking in the United States: Special Issues Concerning Children,” Instructor, Loyola University Chicago, School of Law And School of Social Work
|Feb. 23, 2009
||University of Chicago, Immigrant Child Advocacy Project, Guest Lecturer, “Child Trafficking and Legal Protections”
||International Organization for Migration, Train-the-Trainer Program, "Human Rights Approach to Human Trafficking: Comparative Overview," training professors in fields of law, criminal justice, social work, and gender studies on how to incorporate human trafficking into curriculum and scholarship, Riga, Latvia
||University of Chicago Immigrant Children’s Project, “Introduction to Legal Advocacy on Behalf of Child Trafficking Victims”
||Northwestern University, Evanston, IL Human Trafficking & Human Rights Perspective, Lecturer, Winter 2006 Seminar, 3 part seminar (undergraduate). 1. History of anti-slavery/anti-human trafficking laws in the U.S., 2. Intersection of human rights and human trafficking, 3. Human trafficking and touch points: immigration, criminal justice, gender studies, child welfare, migration, labor, and international human rights; practical application for students and aspiring professionals.
||Northern Illinois Law School, Immigration Law and Protections for Immigrant Victims of Crime, Guest Lecturer. 2 hour course on anti-slavery and anti-trafficking statutes in US Criminal Law, with emphasis on human trafficking within human rights framework and international comparative overview of protections and immigration relief.