May 14, 2014: A College Student’s Social Media Perspective, Consent, and Communications Approach Part 2,
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Since 1996, Imelda has worked to end gender-based violence for various organizations in providing direct services, training, and advocacy. Additionally, she specializes in anti-trafficking training, organizational capacity building, and survivor advocacy. Imelda’s anti-trafficking work has given her the privilege to work with social change advocates around the globe. She has participated as a speaker and spokeswoman in numerous local, state, and international conferences addressing the issues of human-trafficking and sexual assault intervention. She also co-authored the "Human Trafficking" chapter in the book, "Medical Response to Adult Sexual Assault: A Resource for Clinicians and Related Professionals." Imelda is a Co-Founding Member of the National Organization of Asians and Pacific Islanders Ending Sexual Violence (NAPIESV).