Trinity Human Rights Group

Our Team

Each member of our team at the Trinity Human Rights Group brings a unique expertise and experience critical to combating slave labor, whether it be in corporate forensic accounting, financial crime and compliance, government contracting, criminology and prosecution, law, children's rights, education (ESL), environmental policy, and first responder victim assistance. Our Team is also comprised of doctors of humanities, doctoral candidates, national and international attorneys, law students, and graduate and undergraduate students. Collectively, Trinity's experience includes 70 training sessions, work shops, and events on combating human trafficking, as well as over 40 years of combined research and publishing experience. The diversity of Trinity’s team contributes to its expansive experience and well-rounded background, ensuring that we holistically evaluate and impact the various issues that arise under labor trafficking violations.

The two founders, who serve as the Board of Directors, are practicing attorneys in Washington, D.C. Both have experience with the United Nations and have provided pro bono legal counsel for human rights survivors. Trinity is supported by Executive Advisers — from corporate forensic compliance experts to government contracts experts, from educators to National Human Trafficking Hotline operators, — all who bring their own unique expertise to rectify abuses and assist human rights victims and survivors. Our Trainers have given hundreds of formal trainings and other educational public speaking engagements on various human rights issues, including combating human trafficking. Our trainers are fluent in English, Amharic, Spanish, French, Hindi, Punjabi, and Indonesian. Finally, Trinity's Research Analysts provide critical research to develop in-depth and viable solutions, which support the organization's consulting services and training program. With its Communications Specialists, Trinity expands its sphere of influence by offering interactive training sessions and outreach on social media.

The entire Trinity team would like to give our special appreciation to the law firm of Duane Morris LLP, who graciously provides Trinity pro bono legal counsel on its incorporation, 501(c)(3) application, and other limited issues.