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TimeTitleSpeakerSessionRoom
9:00-9:30 AMRegistrationRalph Carey Forum
9:30-9:40 AMWelcomeRalph Carey Forum
9:40 AM-9:50 AMDrama PresentationAaron ZraikPerformanceRalph Carey Forum
10:00-10:45 AMKeynote #1Dr. Celia Williamson,
Professor of Social Work, Univ. of Toledo
KeynoteRalph Carey Forum
11:00 AM-11:45 AMKeynote #2Leslie F. King, Chairman and Founder of Sacred Beginnings Women’s Transitional Program KeynoteRalph Carey Forum
12:00-1:00 PMLunchTBD
1:15-2:15 PM Workshop #1 See below for workshop detailsWorkshopPoling Center
2:30-3:30 PMWorkshop #2See below for workshop detailsWorkshopPoling Center
3:45-4:30 PMKeynote #3Jane White, Director, Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force KeynoteRalph Carey Forum
4:30-5:00 PMOptional Quiet Time/Reflection Together: Scripture Reflection and Silence Mary Darling, Department of Communication, Spring Arbor UniversitySpiritual ReflectionRalph Carey Forum
5:00 PMConference ConcludesRalph Carey Forum
 Workshops
1:15 PMMobilizing Faith Communities Against Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery

Kevin Austin and Ginger Coakley: Set Free Movement

Poling 105
Swimming Lessons: Saving yourself while saving others

Tasha Pryor: International Child Care Ministries

Poling 202
When Fruits & Veggies Aren't Good for Your Health: Labor exploitation of migrant and seasonal farmworkers

Kara Moberg: Attorney at Farmworker Legal Services

Poling 203
Runaways and At-risk Children in the U.S.A.

Andy Soper: Project Coordinator of the Manasseh Project

Poling 204
The Status of Federal and State Legislature in Fighting Human Trafficking

Marie Howe: Former Legislative Staffer, MI House and Senate, Member of MI Human Trafficking Task Force

Poling 302
Living in a Culture of Exploitation: How Society Creates a Demand for Sex Trafficking

Luke Hassevoort: Creative Projects Coordinator for the Michigan Abolitionist Project

Poling 304
Critical Participation in the Contemporary World Through Fighting the Human Trafficking Battle: Am I still called to be a modern-day abolitionist even if I don’t have the training?

Dr. Caleb Chan, Dean of the Gainey School of Business, Spring Arbor University

Poling 104
Trauma and Abuse in Exploitation: The Role of After Care in Dealing with Victims of Human Trafficking.

Frances Keane & Audrey King,
House of New Beginnings

Poling 305
2:30 PMMobilizing Faith Communities Against Human Trafficking and Modern-Day Slavery

Kevin Austin and Ginger Coakley: Set Free Movement

Poling 105
Swimming Lessons: Saving yourself while saving others

Tasha Pryor: International Child Care Ministries

Poling 202
When Fruits & Veggies Aren't Good for Your Health: Labor exploitation of migrant and seasonal farmworkers

Kara Moberg: Attorney at Farmworker Legal Services

Poling 203
Runaways and At-risk Children in the U.S.A.

Andy Soper: Project Coordinator of the Manasseh Project

Poling 204
The Status of Federal and State Legislature in Fighting Human Trafficking

Marie Howe: Former Legislative Staffer, MI House and Senate, Member of MI Human Trafficking Task Force

Poling 302
Living in a Culture of Exploitation: How Society Creates a Demand for Sex Trafficking

Luke Hassevoort: Creative Projects Coordinator for the Michigan Abolitionist Project

Poling 304
Critical Participation in the Contemporary World Through Fighting the Human Trafficking Battle: Am I still called to be a modern-day abolitionist even if I don’t have the training?

Dr. Caleb Chan, Dean of the Gainey School of Business, Spring Arbor University

Poling 104
Trauma and Abuse in Exploitation: The Role of After Care in Dealing with Victims of Human Trafficking.

Frances Keane & Audrey King,
House of New Beginnings

Poling 305