Hilary Kahn, Director, Center for the Study of Global Change, Indiana University Bloomington
Hilary has been at Indiana University since 1997. As Director of the Center for the Study of Global Change, she oversees and initiates programs and projects involved in the deeper internationalization of Indiana University, leads the overall administration of the Center, and encourages innovative research and interdisciplinary scholarship in the field of Global Studies.
Toby Strout, Executive Director, Middle Way House, Bloomington, Indiana
Toby has been with Middle Way House since 1987. In addition to her administrative duties, Toby serves as an expert witness at hearings where knowledge and understanding of domestic violence and sexual assault could help judges and juries arrive at just decisions.
Donald Gogniat, Chancellor Emeritus, Penn State York, York, Pennsylvania
Don worked as an administrator for Penn State University and Chancellor for Penn State York before retirement. He served in the Peace Corps and sailed multiple times on Semester at Sea where he taught geography, global studies, and served as Executive Dean. His photographic work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, and juried exhibits.
Stepanka Korytova (Magstadt) is a migration historian educated in the UK, the United States, and the Czech Republic. She is currently teaching a Global Human Trafficking course she developed, and added a service learning component to the course. Stepanka is the coordinator of the Many Faces of Human Trafficking Working Group, and her own research focuses on identifying vulnerabilities to Sex Trafficking and Domestic Violence.
Rebecca Mueller is a graduate student in Russian and East European Studies and Public Health. She has worked on issues of human trafficking in Albania (as a Peace Corps volunteer) and Guatemala. Rebecca is interested in international labor migration and the connections between trafficking and conflict in southeast Europe and globally.
Bailey Foust is from Bloomington, Indiana. She is a junior at Indiana University and is majoring in Art History. Bailey was declared an IUB University Division Scholar for her academic achievements in the Spring 2013 semester and was placed on the College of Arts and Sciences Executive Dean's List for the Spring 2014 and Fall 2014 semesters. She is the developer of the Many Faces of Human Trafficking website.
Ally Suffrin is a senior at Indiana University double-majoring in journalism and Spanish. She spent the spring semester of her junior year in Seville, Spain, and plans to find employment as a bilingual reporter focusing on international news and global issues. She is particularly interested in issues related to human trafficking. Ally interned with WGN-TV in Chicago and has contributed as a bi-weekly on-air reporter/anchor for the PBS and NPR affiliates WTIU/WFIU in Bloomington since August 2012. She is an intern with the Center for the Study of Global Change and contributes to The Many Faces of Human Trafficking website.
Miles Vining joined The Many Faces of Human Trafficking in 2014. After serving four years as a U.S. Marine, he is attending Indiana University as an undergraduate pursuing a degree in Central Eurasian Studies. He is the social media coordinator for a number of organizations and has been published in numerous magazines. He has lived in Burma, Thailand, and most recently Afghanistan, where the problems of human trafficking are very real.
Jessica Swanson is a PhD graduate student in Criminal Justice with a minor in Global Studies at IU-Bloomington. Her research interests include human trafficking, immigration, and police enforcement/interpretation of the associated laws.
Hallie Craven is a senior at Indiana University and is majoring in Graphic Design with certificates in Informatics and Telecommunications. Hallie has been a graphic designer for Indiana Memorial Union Board for four years, and she enjoys creating clever designs and branding for Union Board as an organization. She spent the spring semester of her junior year participating in the Disney College Program in Orlando, Florida, interacting with people from all over the world and being surrounded by a creative culture. She looks forward to volunteering for the Center for the Study of Global Change to revamp the Many Faces of Human Trafficking website. It is a powerful mission, to spread the awareness of human trafficking and provide resources on the subject, and she is excited to work on creating a website that reflects the organization’s importance.Additional contributers
Feray J. Baskin is from Europe (France/ Holland). Her academic background is in linguistics, and currently she is a doctoral student in linguistic anthropology. Her interest in the topic of human trafficking is personal. Feray has been part of the Many Faces of Human Trafficking Study Group since its beginning and she is also the designer of its logo.
The Many Faces of Human Trafficking Working Group and this website are projects of Indiana University’s Center for the Study of Global Change.
The Center for the Study of Global Change (Global Center) is a national and international leader in K-12 teacher training, international curriculum, public outreach, and interactive technologies to support and promote global learning.
Website development also supported by our contributing partners.
The Russian and East European Institute (REEI) administers one of the country’s leading programs in Russian and East European area studies.