Adjunct Professor of International Affairs, Elliott School of International Affairs
Michele Clark served as the primary Editor and Curriculum Designer on this project, working with contributing faculty to develop the different themes, instructional activities and resource activities and provide editorial guidance throughout all phases of the project. She also chaired the committee responsible for adapting the resource guide for use among high school students. Michele is an internationally recognized expert on combating trafficking in human beings. She is currently an adjunct professor at the Elliott School of International Affairs. In 2011, she received the Morton A. Bender Teaching Award for Outstanding Teaching. Previously, she served as the Director of the Anti-Trafficking Unit at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in Vienna, Austria, where she was responsible for assisting 56 member countries in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. Before moving to Vienna, she was the Co-Director of the Protection Project at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, a human rights organization dedicated to eliminating human trafficking. She is also the Chief Academic Officer for Cognotion, an education technology company with a social conscience specializing in developing innovative web-based solutions to prepare today’s youth to enter the global marketplace.