FSCJ to Host Human Trafficking Awareness Event January 11

Media Release
January 7, 2022

In recognition of National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) will host a panel of local experts to discuss the prevalence of human trafficking in northeast Florida and the therapeutic strategies used for addressing trauma in our community.


Speakers and panelists include:

  • Lakesha Burton, Assistant Chief/Zone Commander, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office
  • Robin Hampton, U.S. Training Director, Post-Traumatic Training Institute
  • Kristin Keen, Founder and CEO, and Stephanie Patton, Survivor Leader, Rethreaded
  • Teresa Miles, CEO, Women’s Center of Jacksonville: Rape Crisis Center
  • Dr. Gail Patin, CEO, Hubbard House: Domestic Violence Center
  • Lisa Sheehan, FSCJ Human Services Student and Survivor Mentor, Open Doors Outreach Network, Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center

    The event will be moderated by FBI Jacksonville Field Office Public Affairs Officer Amanda W. Videll.

    There will also be vendor tables and Continuing Education Units (CEU) will be available for educators and health care professionals. For more information, contact the Education and Human Services Department at [email protected].

    This event is free and open to the public but registration is required at https://natl_hum_traff011122.eventbrite.com.

    WHEN: Tuesday, January 11, 2022
    8:30 a.m.-noon

    WHERE: FSCJ Downtown Campus, Large Auditorium (A-1068),101 W. State St., Jacksonville, FL 32202

*Masks are expected to be worn indoors on campus at FSCJ.