Erin Albright, JD, is a Visiting Fellow with the US Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime. She has over 10 years of experience in the anti-trafficking field working with service providers, law enforcement, task forces, and lawmakers. Her current work focuses on identifying and building better multidisciplinary collaboration, improving victim-centered response strategies, and developing capacity building tools and trainings for labor trafficking. Prior to the Fellowship, she was the Regional Program Director for the private operating foundation Give Way to Freedom, and the Director of the New Hampshire Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force. Previously she oversaw a network of service providers throughout New England, providing coordination, training and technical assistance to ensure best practices in working with survivors of human trafficking. She also worked for two and a half years for the Boston Police Department’s Human Trafficking Unit and Massachusetts Task Force, managing all data and statistics. Ms. Albright has served as the co-chair of the Freedom Network’s Policy Committee, and co-Chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Human Trafficking Committee. She is a graduate of Mary Washington College, and Boston College Law School, and a member of the Massachusetts Bar. In 2016 she received a Commendation from New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan, and recognition by Immigration and Customs Enforcement – Homeland Security Investigations and NH Senators Jean Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte for her work on behalf of survivors and with the NH Collaborative Task Force.