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january 20, 2022

12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. EST

about the event

in plain sight: trafficking’s impact on industries and second-chance opportunities.

Sadly, human trafficking is estimated to generate around $150 billion annually, but the fight against it is rarely part of the corporate social responsibility programs of most brands, companies and business associations. The good news is that's starting to change, and employers now have an opportunity to play a pivotal role in the fight against human trafficking. Their unique standing puts them in a position to provide effective and sustained action in the community, in the workplace and in the global economy. Business engagement, alongside that of public policy actors and civil society, is essential in the global fight to rid the world of this modern scourge.

Join us as we discuss:

  • how to increase organizational capacity to address trafficking
  • strategies for identifying and solving trafficking-related challenges
  • how to promote career development for people engaged in the justice system and highlight benefits of second-chance employment



Crystal Crowley, senior diversity and inclusion and community impact manager, Randstad North America


Bob Rodgers, president and CEO, Street Grace

Nikki Clifton, president, Social Impact and The UPS Foundation

Meg Taylor, chief litigation and employment counsel, Delta Airlines

Ashleigh Chapman, president and CEO, Alliance for Freedom, Restoration and Justice

Hal Cato, CEO, Thistle Farms

Sean Hosman, founder, Persevere Now

welcome and closing remarks

Audra Jenkins, chief diversity and inclusion officer, Randstad North America

Jennifer Dial, analyst, community impact/hire hope, program lead, Randstad North America

speaker bios