Michelle is coming up on her 10th year with ECPAT-USA where she leads program development and strategy for their private sector work. She has contributed to government testimony, presented to the World Economic Forum, Institute of Medicine, and the White House. She developed and launched industry-wide training about human trafficking for hotels and meeting professionals. She has been interviewed on her work by CNN, the New York Times, Thomson Reuters, and Forbes, among other publications. She was named a Changemaker by MeetingsNet, a Hero by MeetGreen, and one of the Top 500 People in Events for Social Responsibility by BizBash. Michelle is currently serving on the United States Department of Transportation’s Advisory Committee on Human Trafficking and Global Business Travel Association’s Women’s Travel Safety Task Force.
ECPAT-USA is the leading policy organization in the United States seeking to end the commercial, sexual exploitation of children through awareness, advocacy, policy, and legislation. ECPAT-USA is a member of the ECPAT International network, with offices in 95 countries.