About this Event
*This is a LIVE TAPED event. All presentations will be filmed and audience members may be on camera. Please prepare to sign a press release form at check-in. Thank you.*
Please join us the conversation, and get a first row seat at J. Lee-Coley’s next premiere presentation, Our Lens to Freedom!
With special guest, Sabrina Kirkland, Survivor & Founder of My Name is Me!
“We can’t see the Human Trafficking happening in front of us, because we don’t know how to look for it…Until now.” -J. Lee-Coley
His newest research centers around his latest interest in investigating our experiences of Freedom. Now a Freedom Advocate, he wishes to encourage everyone to approach anti-trafficking with a better lens to Freedom!
“To Identify the Free to See the Unseen.”
If you care about Human Trafficking prevention and awareness, please reserve your FREE ticket now. It was important to Jazz that everyone have access to education and a seat at his table.
This is a live taped production. All audience in attendance must be willing to sit for the entire duration of each presentation and interview. No disrupting exit and entry will be tolerated during filming in respect of speakers.
Dress Code: Please come dressed in business casual.
Due to sensitive content, this event is not child friendly. No children, please.
About J. Lee-Coley:
Jazz Lee-Coley is the fresh face to research and Anti-Trafficking activism that you’ve been missing. Jazz’s research-centered focus on global issues with a natural zeal for strategically experimental approaches to impactful solutions. A degreed policy architect with an instinct for deep analysis, Jazz’s stands out in a room by his inquisitive passion, charisma, and infectious transparency.
J. Lee-Coley’s mission is to help people look for the victims we cannot see, and be a voice for the unheard. While earning his B.S. in Political Science and later his Masters in Public Policy, Jazz researched all forms of Human Trafficking for over 6 years. Now a developing expert, J. Lee-Coley fights against Human Trafficking through public awareness, research, and policy consulting.
J. Lee-Coley has worked with international Anti-Trafficking and world changing organizations from Trafficking Free to the Obama Foundation. His activism and public speaking has attracted thousands of people to different rooms to discuss meaningful issues. This changemaker’s impact has been featured in newspapers (TIMES GEORGIAN, The West Georgian), magazines (SCOOP Magazine, The West Georgian), Universities (LUC, WUTC), independent reporters, and more. Talking to J. Lee-Coley makes you want to talk more with others. Invite him to your room to learn why.
Connect with J. Lee-Coley:
Find him on all social platforms @jleecoley
Learn more about him on his website: linktr.ee/jleecoley.