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Networking in Tucson (1 CEU)

Join Branch 2 in Tucson on October 5 for a brown-bag/networking event, where you will learn from local community members and may network with colleagues. This month’s presentation is on Human Trafficking and how we can get involved to help end this form of abuse. 1 CEU will be provided free for NASW Members/$10 for non-NASW Members. Non-Members may attend for free if no CEUs are requested. Schedule: Networking - 12pm-12:15pm; Presentation - 12:15pm-1:15pm; Networking - 1:15pm-1:30pm.

10/5/2018
When: Friday, Oct. 5, 2018
12:00 PM
Where: ASU School of Social Work - Tucson Component
340 N Commerce Park Loop #250
Tucson, Arizona  85746
United States
Presenter: Maggie Bellino, MSW, LMSW and
Contact: Erin Lowry
480-968-4595


Online registration is available until: 10/18/2018
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Join Branch 2 in Tucson on October 5 for a brown-bag/networking event, where you will learn from local community members and may network with colleagues. This month’s presentation is on Human Trafficking and how we can get involved to help end this form of abuse. 1 CEU will be provided free for NASW Members/$10 for non-NASW Members. Non-Members may attend for free if no CEUs are requested. Schedule: Networking - 12pm-12:15pm; Presentation - 12:15pm-1:15pm; Networking - 1:15pm-1:30pm. Hope to see you there!

 

"Human Trafficking - History, Risk Factors and Community Response" (10/05/2018)

 

Learning objectives:

1. To learn about the history of human trafficking economics and laws, and where we are today.

2. To learn the risk factors and identifiers of human trafficking victims

3. To learn what we can do as community members to take part in ending human trafficking.

Maggie Bellino, LMSW has a Masters in Social Work from Arizona State University and is an LMSW. She obtained her Bachelors in Sociology with a minor in Spanish from the University of Arizona. It was there where she attended a seminar on Human Trafficking (which the founders of SAAS hosted) and was shocked by this topic. Maggie traveled to Indonesia in 2012 to learn more about trafficking through a nonprofit there. Shortly after graduation from the University of Arizona, she moved to a small town in Honduras where she taught first grade at a bilingual school and was the Educational Director for a nonprofit. The abuse of women was pervasive yet unspoken, and this is what led her to apply for ASU's MSW program in Tucson. Maggie is now working on obtaining her LCSW so that she may be able to provide holistic therapeutic services for those experiencing this form of abuse.

 

Sarah Herndon, LMSW received her Bachelor's in Sociology from UofA in 2012. She  moved to the island of Hawai'i in 2012 to pursue her Master's Degree in Social Work. While there, she found her passion for working with indigenous populations and advocating for progressive indigenous rights and immigration legislation. She conducted a study abroad trip to Vietnam and partnered with Blue Dragon's Children Foundation, an NGO focused on rescuing youth from trafficking rings, brothels and forced marriages. Sarah moved back to Tucson in 2014 and has been employed as an LMSW in the medical field since that time. She joined the Board of Directors for SAAS in 2014.

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