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Brianna Black Kent, Ph.D, is Associate Chair of the Department of Health Science, Director of the Ph.D. in Health Science program, and Assistant Professor at Nova Southeastern University (NSU). Dr. Kent is trained as a nurse, psychotherapist,  mediator, and facilitator. Her involvement in researching and raising awareness of human trafficking extends back to 2010. She has been involved in researching and raising awareness of human trafficking since 2010, when she founded Nova Southeastern University projectHEAT (Health Educators Against Trafficking). In 2014 projectHEAT expanded into the NSU Coalition for Research and Education Against Trafficking and Exploitation. The United States State Department invited Dr. Kent to participate in a discussion of the problem of human trafficking with governmental and non-governmental representatives from Azerbaijan.  She has participated in two congressional round tables on human trafficking and has presented at national and international conferences.

Sandrine Gaillard-Kenney, Ed.D. is Assistant Dean for the College of Health Care Sciences at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), Associate Professor, and Chair of the Department of Health Science. Dr. Gaillard-Kenney has been involved in researching and raising awareness of human trafficking since 2010, when she founded Nova Southeastern University projectHEAT (Health Educators Against Trafficking).  In 2014 projectHEAT expanded into the NSU Coalition for Research and Education Against Trafficking and Exploitation. The United States State Department invited Dr. Gaillard-Kenney to participate in a discussion of the problem of human trafficking with governmental and non-governmental representatives from Azerbaijan.  She has participated in two congressional round tables on human trafficking and has presented at national and international conferences.