(Left to right) Jeff Ellis, Strongsville Rotary; Ken McEntee, Strongsville Rotary; Major Evan Hickman, Salvation Army;Michelle Sorrell, Cleveland Clinic; Major Suzanne Hickman, Salvation Army; Kathy Goellnitz, UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Winnie Boylan, Collaborative to End Human Trafficking; Carol Skoglund, Salvation Army, Sr. Cecilia Liberatore, Renee Jones Empowerment Center; Darrielle Snipes, ideastream; MajorKathleen Applin, Salvation Army; Judge Marilyn Cassidy, Cleveland Municipal Court;Sondra Miller, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center; Lt. Dan Ross, Cleveland Police, Allison Kretz, U.S. Attorney’s Office, ND OH; Maya Simek, CWRU Law School; Jim Mackey, Cuyahoga Regional Human Trafficking Task Force; Keynote Speaker Erik Bauer, Law Office of Erik Bauer, Tacoma Washington; Karen WalshCollaborative to End Human Trafficking; John Morgan, Cuyahoga Regional Human Trafficking Task Force; Wendy Mark, Collaborative to End Human Trafficking; Caryn Candisky, Office of Sen. Rob Portman; Josh Prest,Office of Sen. Rob Portman; Maureen Ordman-Fike, National Council of Jewish Women; Jean Heflich, National Council of Jewish Women; Karen McHenry, Bellefaire JCB Homeless and Missing Youth Program; Elaine Geller, National Council of Jewish Women; Tanisha Knighton, Cuyahoga Regional Human Trafficking Task Force; Sr. Anne Victory, Collaborative to End Human Trafficking; Donna Angelotti, SOAP; Teresa Stafford, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center; Kathleen Hackett, UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital; Keyna Smith, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center; Naomi Hokky, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Youngstown; Jessica Feichtner, MetroHealth; Jennifer Beigie, MetroHealth; Tenisha Gant-Watson, Jordan Community Resource Center.

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Human trafficking is today’s practice of slavery. It is involuntary servitude and it is happening today around the world, across the United States, and in Ohio.  Those subjected to the crime are exploited through forced labor and commercial sex for another's financial gain. Victims include children and adults, men and women, and U.S. citizens as well as foreign born individuals.

The Collaborative to End Human Trafficking in northeast Ohio supports the fundamental human right to freedom by educating and advocating for the prevention and abolition of human trafficking while connecting services on behalf of trafficked persons.

The operative word in our name is “Collaborative”—we recognize that only in partnership with others can we ever hope to end human trafficking.

​​Collaborative to End Human Trafficking

​(440) 872-6500

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Collaborative 2018 Luncheon: CLE Unites to End Human Trafficking!

A sincere thank you to our keynote speaker attorney Erik Bauer, representatives of Greater Cleveland’s Coordinated Response to Human Trafficking, and to all who attended our annual luncheon yesterday.
Working together we are making a difference!

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​Mission:  To educate and advocate for the prevention and abolition of human trafficking while connecting services on behalf of trafficked persons.