Bonus Session: Prevention for Protection: Helping Families Safety Plan Against Child Sex Crimes
Child sexual child is a public health issue that affects children of all ages, from infancy through adolescents. When children experience sexual abuse, they are not alone in suffering from the loss of innocence and trust; the family also experiences the adverse effects of the sexual crime. According to Child Molestation, Research and Prevention Institute, 95% of sexual abuse is preventable through education. This interactive workshop will discuss the best practices for caregivers and responsible
Jessica T. White
Chief Executive Officer
Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Child Protection Agency, LLC.
Jessica T. White, M.S is a Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Expert, award-winning philanthropist, acclaimed Keynote, and TEDx speaker. She brings change globally through her transformational training series. Jessica's commitment to bring awareness to issues of sexual abuse and commercial sexual exploitation of children reign true both nationally and internationally. As a former Child Protective Investigator and Clinical Mental Health Therapist, Jessica's experiences have equipped her with a plethora of skills and techniques that enable her to educate world leaders and professionals about Sexual Trauma. Obtaining certifications in Human Sex Trafficking, Child Sexual Trauma, Suicide prevention, and more Jessica has made it her moral imperative to serve and protect children and families. In 2018 Jessica was one of several world-changers selected to help develop policies to accelerate Alliance 8.7: Ending Forced Labor, Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking & Child Labor at the United Nations. In 2020 Jessica conducted several Global forums in addition to launching the Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Child Protection Agency LLC.