Manager, End Trafficking Program
U.S. Fund for UNICEF
location_on United States
Member since 4 years
Specialises In (based on submitted proposals)
Emily Pasnak-Lapchick is the Manager of the End Trafficking Project at the U.S. Fund for UNICEF where she leads a national awareness and advocacy campaign about child trafficking, reaching over 55,000 constituents each year. She manages the creation of resources, in-person and online training, development of partnerships, and the creation of Public Service Announcements. Emily is a member of the Executive Board for the NGO Committee to Stop Trafficking in Persons and serves as the US representative for GIFT box on behalf of Stop the Traffik. She was honored as a New Abolitionist in 2016. Emily currently serves on the board of More Too Life and on the National Steering Committee for Fair Trade Campaigns.
Previously, she served as the End Trafficking Fellow at the U.S. Fund for UNICEF where she helped to build a brand new awareness campaign to end human trafficking and engaged over 10,000 people in-person on the issue of trafficking. Through her work, she has spoken on CNN International, at the United Nations and international conferences, at over 25 colleges and universities, and has worked with dozens of groups on how they can take action against human trafficking. Emily is an honors graduate from Eckerd College with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and a founding member of Hope for Stanley, an organization committed to raising money and sending volunteers to New Orleans to assist post-Hurricane Katrina residents return home.