In the Community – Poe Center Annual Meeting

Virtual Event

Young Moore is proud to sponsor this Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education event.

Human Trafficking: Beyond Awareness with Primary Prevention (Online)

With North Carolina consistently ranking in the top ten for calls to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, January has been proclaimed as Human Trafficking Awareness Month to bring attention to this issue. The Poe Center’s 2020 Annual Meeting and Conferences will address the confusion and misperceptions around the root causes and prevention strategies pertaining to human trafficking. The goal is to elevate the conversation past basic awareness, provide a deeper understanding of human trafficking, educate conference attendees about primary prevention strategies, and empower them to make an impact.

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Keynote Speaker: Deborah A. Gibbs, MSPH, Senior Analyst, RTI International

Deborah Gibbs has been leading research in human trafficking within the United States since 2009, with an emphasis on trafficking of children and youth. As a leading researcher and expert, her informative and engaging keynote will address definitions of human trafficking, common misperceptions surrounding trafficking, specific strategies for prevention of trafficking victimization, and the larger societal agenda for prevention.


The conferences will host a panel of experts to discuss human trafficking. Expert panelists will offer a variety of perspectives covering NC’s legislative actions, the education community, and preventionists.

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