Director of Government and Corporate Relations Annick serves as a bridge between HTI’s work and the U.S. government. In particular, she works with members of Congress and other U.S. government leaders to help shape anti-trafficking policy and priorities, as well as through partnership with key nonprofit allies such as the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST) coalition. She also works with corporations to explore opportunities for collaboration and partnership with HTI in the U.S. and in our partner countries. She previously worked for Human Rights First as senior associate for their anti-trafficking campaign, leading their advocacy efforts directed at disrupting the business of human trafficking. During her tenure, Annick testified before Congress and has been quoted in numerous print and online news sources. Before joining Human Rights First, her past work included Oxfam America and International Justice Mission where she advocated for policies to make U.S. foreign assistance more transparent and accountable and campaigned for more effective U.S. anti-human trafficking policies abroad. Earlier in her career, Annick worked for the White House Fellows Program following nearly two years mobilizing grassroots constituencies for a Presidential campaign. She began her career working for the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions. Annick received a B.A. in policy studies from Dickinson College.