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NCMEC Parent CONNECT Child Safety Discussion series: Keeping Boys Safer From Child Sex Trafficking

Parent CONNECT Child Safety Discussion 

Billy Joe watches along and comments through the discussion. This is a great place for parents to begin their understanding of how boys are at risk of child sex trafficking and and how they can start conversations with their children. If you have a kid, they’re at risk. Get educated.

I’ve had the opportunity to watch / hear Mr. Earl in other places, and he has impressed me with his honesty and forthrightness greatly. He doesn’t hold back, and that’s exactly what we need to hear. There is no time to mince words when we’re talking about children.

Description
The prevalence of male victimization in relation to child sex trafficking is on the rise. Learn more about the stigmas that heighten risk factors, understand indicators, how to framework prevention and how to access help and resources. This session is hosted by Eliza Reock of NCMEC and she will be joined by a survivor consultant, Nathan Earl.

Nathan Earl

Principal, Giant-Slayer Communications – Speaker, Keeping Boys Safer from Child Sex Trafficking

Nathan Earl is an anti-trafficking pioneer, fierce advocate and visionary leader with a passion for building resilient communities immune to exploitation.  Nathan creates impactful change across systems by leveraging prior lived experiences involving commercial sexual exploitation, human trafficking, incarceration and addiction to develop and lead transformational initiatives aimed at preventing and combating the victimization of boys and male-identifying individuals.  

In addition to serving on The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s CSE Leadership Council, Mr. Earl educates counter-trafficking stakeholders on the systemic factors that create and sustain exploitation through his work as a Consultant with the U.S. Office for Victims of Crime and the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center. Mr. Earl also trains healthcare providers on a public health approach to preventing human trafficking through his collaboration with HEAL. Nathan’s work also involves training practitioners on how to utilize the CSE-IT tool, an evidence-based assessment tool for identifying commercially sexually exploited children.  

Mr. Earl is a 2019 Fellow of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Human Trafficking Leadership Academy. His educational background includes a business degree from State College of Florida and is a current student at the University of South Florida. Mr. Earl has earned a Certificate in Leadership from Coro Southern California, and a Certificate in Human Subjects Research from Florida International University.  

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” — Viktor Frankl 

Eliza Reock

Child Sex Trafficking Program Specialist – Contributor for Keeping Boys Safer from Child Sex Trafficking

Eliza Reock is the Strategic Advisor on Child Sex Trafficking for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) where she is responsible for leveraging NCMEC’s existing efforts to combat child sex trafficking and provide services to the victims through the promotion of model policies, promising practices, and strategic partnerships. Previously Ms. Reock served as Director of Programs for Shared Hope International and as Executive Director of the HKA Family Foundation.  She has provided expert testimony to Congress on the issue of child sex trafficking and was selected to provide policy recommendations to President Jimmy Carter during the World Summit to Combat Human Trafficking.  

Lanae Holmes

Director of Case Services, Family Advocacy Division – Speaker for My Child Was Exploited, How Can I Help?

Lanae is a licensed clinical social worker in the District of Columbia and has been at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) since 2007. Lanae is the director of case services, overseeing the team that provides clinical and emotional support to families of missing and sexually exploited children. She also manages the Safeguard Program for NCMEC staff exposed to child sexual abuse imagery during their daily work. Lanae is a trainer and facilitator for numerous conferences, teaching the benefits of the Safeguard Program and addressing the therapeutic needs of missing and sexually exploited children and their families. 

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