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
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Kim Berry Jones
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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 Sarah. The Beauty for Ashes Scholarship is for admitted students who can document they have been victims of human trafficking.
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If you have a general question about the CJR, please contact Patty.
You can contact our interns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elaine is a sophomore Sociology student with a minor in Art and a passion for social justice. She was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a freshmen resident assistant, and spends her free time drawing and watching documentaries. She hopes to work to fight human trafficking through working in the foster care system after graduation.
Lauren is a sophomore Criminal Justice major with a minor in Spanish. She is from El Dorado Hills, California. Lauren is very excited to be a first time CJR intern, and is looking forward to serving others. She hopes to help raise awareness for these issues in the community. In her spare time, she loves volleyball, reading, and worshiping through music.
Gabriela is a senior Psychology major from Pasadena, California. This past summer, she worked as an intern for the CJR and for Generate Hope, an organization that helps survivors of human trafficking. When she graduates she hopes to work in this field and eventually get her masters in social work. This year she is excited to dive deeper into the work of justice and reconciliation in San Diego. In her free time she runs her own calligraphy business and does freelance photography on the side.