Together Bringing Awareness to Human Trafficking Register for the Fourth Annual Human Trafficking Symposium
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Speakers for the Upcoming Symposium
Corporal Alan Wilkett
Bio Corporal Alan Wilkett has served with the Pasco Sheriff’s Office since 2005 with a total law enforcement experience of over 23 years. Patrol, court security, investigations, crime prevention, and community relations are among the assignments fulfilled in the years of service. In 2007 he was awarded the Law Enforcement Deputy of the Year. Corporal Wilkett holds a Florida Practioner Designation in both crime prevention and CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design). Corporal Wilkett has devoted the past several years in the fight against human trafficking. He has trained and instructed law enforcement, federal agencies, state and local agencies, NGO’s, along with multiple groups, churches, and organizations. The Pasco Human Trafficking Task Force, the Human Trafficking Commission, and Light Up The Night are current initiatives. Corporal Wilkett was recently awarded the 2017 Florida Human Trafficking Law Enforcement Official of the Year from Attorney General Pam Bondi.
Dr Patrick Nave Bio & Diena “Rainey” Cannavino
Bio Patrick “Doc” Nave is an expert in the field of trauma resolution and healing. Doc holds a doctoral degree in Therapy and an ABD in Psychology. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Master Certified Addiction Professional, Certified Human Trafficking investigator, Trauma Specialist Diplomate with AMHCA and works with several Task Force groups in Florida. Doc is the President of Bikers Against Trafficking, a worldwide anti-trafficking organization and owns Sojourners Recovery Center in Lake Mary. Doc is a published author and provides trauma and anger management counseling for Seminole County and has presented at workshops for counselors, churches, non-profits, etc… Diena “Rainey” Cannavino is a passionate advocate for freedom. Rainey is a Certified Addiction Counselor in the State of Florida, the Vice-President of Bikers Against Trafficking and the Business Manager at Sojourners Recovery Center in Lake Mary. Rainey has spoken at area conferences around the world and has shared her survivor story on United States Air Force Bases, Colleges, Churches, Mental Health gatherings, Hospitals, Schools and at the Health Department as well as a host of other places as well. Rainey has extensive training in trauma therapy and is currently working on her goal of becoming a clinical psychologist.
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