Lori Cohen is an undergraduate capstone instructor at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs (2021-2022). She is CEO of ECPAT-USA, the nation’s leading organization to address the commercial sexual exploitation of children through survivor-informed engagement with policy makers, educators and private industry. ECPAT-USA is a member of the ECPAT-International network, a coalition of civil society organizations active in over 100 countries. Prior to heading ECPAT-USA, Ms. Cohen founded a program for victims of human trafficking in New York City that provided legal, clinical and job readiness services for both immigrant and US national clients. Cohen has lectured on a range of trafficking matters to diverse communities across the United States and internationally, and her work has been reported widely in the media. Cohen previously served as Director of Immigration Legal Services at the Archdiocese of Detroit; and taught Immigration and Refugee & Asylum Law at the University of Michigan Law School. Cohen is a contributing author on immigration remedies for victims in “The Lawyers’ Manual on Human Trafficking” and in “The Lawyers’ Manual on Domestic Violence,” both published by the New York State Judicial Committee on Women in the Courts. This is Cohen’s third time facilitating a Capstone course at the Jackson Institute, having taught previously in 2017 on identifying trafficking vulnerabilities of displaced individuals for the International Organization on Migration (IOM) and in 2016 on improving police practices in Liberia for the U.S. Department of Justice’s International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP).