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Dottie Laster, an “ambassador of hope” to those caught in the trap of human trafficking around the world will appear as the featured guest of host, Lynn Kindler, on Friday, March 2. Dottie is one of the nation’s noted consultants on human trafficking, working with law enforcement and families alike. She has been involved in the rescue and re-integration of over 200 victims of trafficking, as well as trained over 5000 law enforcement officers on the intricacies of this worldwide epidemic.
Dottie Laster was chosen to be trained and certified by the Department of Justice to conduct training sessions across the United States. She is the Anti-Trafficking Coordinator with the Bernardo Kohler Center, and is an accredited representative recognized by the Bureau of Immigration Appeals under BKC. She is also on the advisory board of the Frederick Douglas Family Foundation. She has worked on numerous projects in the media, is currently a consultant on the Long Island Serial Killer case, and has been the recipient of several awards in her field.
Lynn Kindler has been coaching hundreds of clients since 2001 from business professionals recreating their careers to entrepreneurs creating a new business as well as artists, musicians and creatives who enjoy having a navigator flying right beside them as they travel to the destination of their dreams.
- The Roth Show Presents: Dr. Scott Bonn and Dottie Laster Discussing The Long Island Serial Killer (imaginepublicity.com)
- Dottie Laster Speaking to Class at Northwest Vista College February 8 (imaginepublicity.com)
- TRAFFICKED with Dottie Laster: Grooming Practices of Traffickers (imaginepublicity.com)
- Bondi, lawmakers urge support for human trafficking laws (tampabay.com)
- End Human Trafficking (threadsofourfabric.wordpress.com)
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