• Organize a STREETS of Hope Forum in Madison (July 2018) around themes of victim identification, case management, and trafficking in the context of migration.
• Develop networks in Madison and globally toward the creation of a university and private sector coalition, Juvenile Life Information Exchange Network (JULIEnet), using open-source technology
to improve practice in the anti-trafficking and child protection sectors.
• Implement comparative cross-border research agenda in Texas and Spain and southern borders of Mexico/U.S. and Morocco/Spain.
• Support the work of the first state anti-trafficking regional hub in Outagamie County, WI through applied research and advice on standard-setting for survivor services