Jamie Gates, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology
Director, Center for Justice & Reconciliation
Co-Chair, Research and Data, San Diego Regional Human Trafficking & CSEC Advisory Council
Rohr Hall, 107
Kim Berry Jones
For information regarding media inquiries, community relations, fundraising, and our goals and purpose, please contact Kim.
Catherine Hanna Schrock
Artistic Director, kNOw MORE
For information on our human trafficking awareness and prevention curriculum, please contact Catherine.
For information about Churches Against Trafficking (CAT), and how to get your church involved in anti-trafficking, please contact Michelle.
For information regarding human trafficking research in the San Diego/Tijuana region or the Human Trafficking Research and Data Advisory Roundtable (HT-RADAR), please contact Bernadette.
Admissions Counselor, Beauty for Ashes
If you are looking for admissions information to apply for the Beauty for Ashes Scholarship, please contact Becky. The Beauty for Ashes Scholarship is for admitted students who can document they have been victims of human trafficking.
If you have a general question about the CJR, please contact Patty.
Jacque Mullen is a senior social work student and the middle child of nine. She grew up in a small, rural town, and loves to run and travel. She strongly believes that we, as believers, are called to be the body of Christ (1 Cor. 12:27), which means caring for the widow, orphan, and stranger (James 1). As part of the CJR intern team for the 2016–17 school year, she's excited to implement this call of Jesus by diligently striving for justice and reconciliation on this campus and in this community.
Natalie Perez is a junior social work major with a women's studies minor from Sacramento. This is her second year as an intern and she is excited to see God's plan unravel for CJR this year. She is also the vice president of the Association of Latin American Students on campus. During her free time, Natali likes to hang out with friends, read, and volunteer.
Ellen Maley is a senior Spanish major from Chula Vista. This is her first year as an intern with the CJR, and she is extremely excited to carry on the work of justice as well as build bridges with students and the surrounding community. She has worked as an intern with Catholic Charities: Refugee Services in San Diego as well as Immigrant Services in Chula Vista. In whatever free time she can muster, she likes to create art and culinary concoctions, and go adventuring around San Diego.
Luz Aramburo is a Junior Business Administration major from Cabo San Lucas, Baja California, Mexico. Growing up, she worked in a soup kitchen ministry for children, many of which were vulnerable targets for sexual exploitation. She would like to open a nonprofit boarding school for kids like these to give them alternatives. Some of her hobbies include reading and writing.
Zach Lickteig is a Freshman International Development and Spanish double major. He is from Omaha, Nebraska. For the past four summers, he worked as a camp counselor for children in the foster care system. One of his favorite hobbies is backpacking.
You can contact our interns at email@example.com.