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Charlotte Lapp, Sociology Alum (2015), is the Anti-Trafficking Program Coordinator for the McCain Institute for International Leadership.

Charlotte Lapp is the Anti-Trafficking Program Coordinator for the McCain Institute for International Leadership. As Program Coordinator, Ms. Lapp works with the Institute's Strategic Advisor, the Director for Arizona Initiatives and the Senior Coordinator for Human Trafficking toward combating modern day slavery. 

Prior to joining The McCain Institute, Ms Lapp led the anti-human trafficking chapter of Free the Slaves at Loyola. This inspired her senior thesis "Pathways to Enslavement". She also served as the Humanitarian Action Intern at the McCain Institute. 

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