Currently serving as Geneva-based legal consultant to ECPAT International in Bangkok, Thailand.
I am a U.S.-trained attorney, who has been engaged in law and policy work on behalf of child victims of commercial sexual exploitation since 2007. I served as a staff attorney and independent researcher/writer for Emory Law's School Child Law and Policy Center. I also taught law at Harvard, Boston University and Emory law schools, specializing in legal research, writing and advocacy, and worked for several years as a civil litigator and special assistant prosecutor in Massachusetts. I have additional experience working in U.S. federal and state legislatures.
J.D. with honors from The University of Chicago Law School, Illiniois (included independent work relating to the prosecution of crimes against children); BA with honors, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.