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Liz is the K–12 Coordinator for Health, Family Life Education, and Physical Education for the Fairfax County Public Schools, Fairfax, VA. She speaks regularly on teen sex trafficking at parent and teen community awareness events throughout Virginia and was the Executive Producer for the documentary “Tricked: Inside the World of Teen Sex Trafficking.”
In her roll in Family Life Education, she developed and implemented lessons to prevent teen sex trafficking in grades 6–10 and 12. Fairfax County Public Schools is the 10th largest school division in the nation serving over 185,000 students.
Payne holds a B.S. in Health and Physical Education, a M.S. in Physical Education from George Mason University, and received an Ed.S. and Ed.D in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from Virginia Tech.
Thomas Stack–Human Trafficking Policy Analist for the Governors office of crime control and prevention 0f Maryland
Det. Scott Mummert–Special Crimes Detective for Franklin County Pennsylvania
Jessica Barraca–Outpatient Clinical Supervisor with Family Behavioral Services
This forum was the first in an ongoing series of seminars, offered by Hollowell Church, in an effort to increase awareness of human trafficking in our region.