FORA.tv Speaker - Bradley Myles
Bradley Myles currently serves as Polaris Project's Deputy Director. He has been working on the issue of human trafficking for the past 6 years since 2002.
His major areas of responsibility at Polaris Project include serving on the Executive Management Team, directing national program efforts, leading all training and technical assistance projects, handling the majority of government relations, coordinating the efforts of local offices, supporting Federal and State policy advocacy efforts, consulting on numerous anti-trafficking research studies, and helping to steward the work of Polaris 30 staff and 15 Fellows.
Mr. Myles has provided consultation, training, and technical assistance on anti-trafficking strategies to hundreds of audiences, including human trafficking task forces and coalitions, government agencies, Federal and local law enforcement, U.S. Members of Congress, media, service providers, and foreign delegations.
He has been a key advocate in unifying and bridging the national anti-trafficking program areas of multiple Federal government agencies, and he has also played a leadership role in the implementation of the DC Human Trafficking Task Force. Mr. Myles' previous work experience includes working on trafficking studies and program evaluations at Caliber Associates. He has two dual degrees in Political Science and Psychology from Stanford University.
07.10.08 | 00:42:06 min
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