I am blessed to work at the intersection of my passions, and enjoy creating educational, informational, and practical technical assistance materials to support practitioners in their work as well as survivors in their healing.
My work includes works that I am the sole or primary author for, as well as projects I’ve
supervised, managed, or co-authored; collaborative projects; reports, summaries, and fact sheets; trainings and webinars; storytelling; other media; and creative and academic writing. Primary authorship
Overview of a public health, harm reduction, human rights approach to trafficking prevention.
Manual for rape crisis centers to better respond to human trafficking survivors and collaborations.
Supplemental materials for DFSA prevention strategies in 2SLGBTQIA+, kink-friendly, and other sex positive communities. Supervised, managed, and/or co-authored
Self-paced, syllabus-style study guide for teachers who want to better support their 2SLGBTQIA+ Students
Brave Space? Safe Space? Consider this alternative, based on adrienne maree brown’s Emergent Strategy
Toolkit for incorporating horticulture-based approaches into campus sexual violence prevention and response
Matrix guide for local educational authorities to determine the human trafficking prevention and awareness curriculum that fits their needs
Guide for college and university campuses to better prevent and address human trafficking on their campuses
Documents to support school staff and sexual health educators in teaching consent to youth with I/DD
Over the winter of 2021-2022, I was project manager for the production of Spanish-language videos similar to our “Let’s Talk About It” campaign, although the script-writing and on-set advising was contracted with two brilliant colleagues who are native speakers. Collaborations and Review
Short docu-series about human trafficking in North Carolina produced by a local broadcasting company.
Evidence-informed curriculum for teaching 7th, 8th, and 9th graders about trafficking in the sex trades. Reports, summaries, and fact sheets
Webinars and training
and in telling our truths and living our authenticity, we empower others to do the same
Conversation with a friend and colleague about our experiences in the anti-human trafficking movement
Sex Ed Storytelling at The Pinhook, Durham, NC, June 6, 2019 — a fundraiser for SHIFT NC. a story about exploring my own identity as a sex educator and sexuality as a queer parent through sitting with my response to my child coming out as asexual
Outfluenced: An Evening of Queer Storytelling | Hidden | Chapel Hill, NC, March 28, 2019 a story about trying to remember freedom in my body and self, and perhaps even reclaim it in a new and more expansive way
Sex Ed Storytelling at Motorco, Durham, NC, December 13, 2018 — a fundraiser for SHIFT NC. a story about how my personal “Sex Talk” with my own children got weirder and weirder with each kid the longer I worked in sexual health and consent as a field and profession
I was interviewed for this 2020 New Republic piece on the divide in the human trafficking movement between those who see it as a conservative, anti-sex work, criminal justice movement, and those who understand the human rights underpinnings of any effective anti-violence work.
This is the special bonus episode for the Multiamory podcast episode in which I discuss intimate partner violence in polyamory and polyamorous relationships. This special content, only for the podcast’s Patreon patrons, is a deep dive conversation into community accountability for partner harm.
I was interviewed for this 2020 Insider piece on sex trafficking survivors’ perceptions and experiences of the QAnon conspiracy theory phenomenon and ensuing activity/”activism.”
Behind Closed Doors Yet In Plain Sight: Human Trafficking In North Carolina episode of The State of Things on WUNC. I provided expertise on sexual violence, human trafficking, prevention and root causes, and LGBTQ youth.
Part two of my interview with the Emancipation Nation podcast by Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute founder, Celia Williamson. In this episode, “ Trauma, Trauma Survivors, and the Empowerment Model,” I discuss trauma, some of my experiences doing this work as a survivor of multiple forms of violence, and why survivor-centered, empowerment-based support is essential for survivors of human trafficking.