The Research Committee is led by Emily Anderson and Sneha Aidasani, with monthly meetings as the students continue familiarize with the body of literature pertaining to human trafficking. They are interested in your experience caring for patients who require critical ancillary resources, including those at-risk of human trafficking, during a pandemic. Help them help you with this 4-min survey.
The Education Committee, led by Rachel Anderson, is currently working with PATH physician chair Dr. Vala to create short educational videos on labor trafficking.
The Advocacy Committee, led by Alison Neely, is working to create infographics on racial disparities both in human trafficking and in prosecution of prostitution as well as compiling a guide with state-by-state local resources for human trafficking victims and survivors.
The Public Relations Committee is led by Rubaya Yeahia and Nicole Segaline, and includes management of the group's recently developed Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram platforms. The group hopes to further develop PATH's social media platform by expanding to LinkedIn this upcoming month.
The Fundraising Committee's virtual 5K is taking place through the end of the month! Click to join the race or purchase an AMWA PATH shirt. If you're interested in supporting AMWA-PATH, you can join the team or Donate Online. Don't forget to submit a photo of your experience running/walking the race for a chance to win a free AMWA PATH sweatshirt!
Sweatshirt you can win for participating in the AMWA PATH virtual 5K!
To join any of the above committees, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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