There are many financial goals that survivors of labor trafficking have, such as how to improve/understand credit scores, build savings, acquire assets, and support a sustainable lifestyle for themselves and family. This webinar will help providers understand the post-trafficking financial planning needs of survivors and how to reframe the field’s current approach to financial literacy to one that is more strategic, collaborative, and addresses systematic barriers to the economic wellbeing of survivors of labor trafficking.
Is this webinar for me?
This event is meant for providers who have existing knowledge of labor trafficking and are aware of best practices in client rapport building and support.
Carolyne Ouya Senior Training and Technical Assistance Specialist, Futures Without Violence Workplace & Economic Justice team, focuses on improving access to quality education and employment opportunities for survivors of trafficking and gender-based violence. Her primary project is the Promoting Employment Opportunities for Survivors of Trafficking Project. Prior to FUTURES, Carolyne served as Director of Strategic Partnerships at Access Youth & Immigration Services, one of the largest victim rights and employment services agencies in San Diego County. Carolyne earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology & Public Health from Santa Clara University and is currently a masters student in Marriage, Family, Therapy at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.