Alisa Bernard

National Campaign Manager

World Without Exploitation

Alisa comes to WorldWE with extensive ties to the anti-trafficking movement having collaborated with numerous WorldWE partners, including the EPIK Project and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Most recently, she was the Director of Public Policy and Advocacy at Thistle Farms and previously served as the Executive Director of Education and Partnerships for the Organization for Prostitution Survivors. Alisa was appointed to the Washington State Attorney General's CSEC Coordinating Committee, was awarded a fellowship through Vital Voices, was a founding member of King County's Ending Exploitation Collaborative, and has consulted with such organizations as Amber Alert, Demand Abolition, and the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. She has developed and facilitated trainings at conferences across the United States and Canada and has authored articles featured in the Seattle Times, Crosscut, and Dignity Journal.