Please join us, Tuesday, March 14 to hear Detective Krajcinovic and Ms. Miyasaki present Human Trafficking: The New drug.
Please plan to meet at The Madison Club at 11:30 for networking; lunch will be served at 11:55 a.m. Your entree selections are Slow Roasted Chicken Wrap, or Feta and Roasted Pepper Wrap, feta cheese, wheatberries, arugula, roasted peppers, peanuts, and buttermilk-avocado dressing. Served w/Kettle Chips & individual Fruit Cup. Please register by Thursday, March 9. March 2017 Luncheon Registration
The commercial sex industry of our youth is happening in every community. Individuals, or gangs, are exploiting children by buying, trading or selling sexual acts with a child. Sex trafficking is the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for the purposes of a commercial sex act by force, fraud or coercion. Pimps and traffickers target vulnerable children and lure them into prostitution and other forms of sexual exploitation using psychological manipulation, drugs, and/or violence. Any child may be vulnerable to such a person who promises to meet his or her emotional and physical needs. These children will remain loyal to the exploiter even in the face of severe victimization. Gangs are moving towards selling children, which they see as a renewable commodity, rather than selling drugs. While sex trafficking is often viewed as an issue occurring outside of the United States- it is happening in our community - this program will address the local/regional dimensions of sex trafficking; risk factors for victimization; and, community response.
Detective Maya Krajcinovic received her law degree from University of Wisconsin - Madison in 1996 and specialized in criminal and family law.
In 1997, Detective Maya Krajcinovic began her career with the Madison Police Department. Since 2003, she has specialized in child sexual, physical, neglectful abuse cases as well as human trafficking. Detective Krajcinovic is a master trainer in forensic interviewing and is state certified instructor in the areas of Child Maltreatment, Juvenile Law and Constitutional Law. Currently, Detective Krajcinovic is a member of Dane County's Drug Endangered Child (DEC) Task Force, Madison Police Department's Child Abduction Response Team (CART) and the Eastern District Human Trafficking Task Force teams. She teaches the fundamentals of child abuse investigations for the Madison Police Department Academy, a two day detective training for police agencies statewide and conducts informative workshops for the community. Detective Krajcinovic has assisted with numerous child maltreatment and human trafficking investigations throughout the state.
Over the past several years, Detective Krajcinovic has been tasked with investigating cases involving the commercial sexual exploitation of both children and adults, many of which have resulted in successful adjudications of the perpetrator(s). She has created MAPD's protocol for investigative techniques and communication tips for working with victims along with collaborating on department wide policy and procedures in investigating these cases. Det. Krajcinovic has spoken at national conferences as well as been a key note speaker for a state wide conference on Human Trafficking. Throughout the years, Detective Krajcinovic has received numerous awards for her dedication to individuals with special needs and children who are crime victims.
Jan Miyasaki is the director of Project Respect, a Dane County-based social service agency that provides case management, counseling, crisis intervention, advocacy, alternative to incarceration, and peer support group services to persons with histories of prostitution and sex trafficking. She is co-founder of the Coordinated Community Response to the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children which has led the response to domestic minor sex trafficking in Dane County through education, research, community consensus building and development of social services for victims.
Jan is also co-founder of the Wisconsin Anti-Human Trafficking Consortium. The mission of the Consortium is to develop a strategic plan and establish priorities for responding to human trafficking in Wisconsin; advocate for victims of human trafficking; and, to create an environment in Wisconsin where human trafficking and the exploitation of human beings is not tolerated or accepted. She is the lead author of the 2012 report, "Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Dane County Needs Assessment".
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Uncover the Shortfalls in Your Negotiating Skills
Managing the Most Important Variable in Negotiation: Yourself
Wisconsin School of Business
601 University Avenue
7:30 a.m.- 9:15 a.m.; Breakfast Session
Each day professionals negotiate; managers bargain with subordinates, superiors, colleagues, suppliers, and customers. In fact, many everyday interactions involve negotiation. Leaders can hone their skills by focusing on a defined negotiating process. However, as humans, we may inadvertently limit our negotiation effectiveness. This talk encourages mindful attention to how you can identify and overcome pitfalls to become a stronger negotiator and leader.
Featured speaker Dr. Deb Houden is a faculty associate at the Wisconsin School of Business and director of the University of Wisconsin Family Business Center. Dr. Houden teaches a negotiations class to Wisconsin MBA executive students. She instructs through the Center for Profes¬sional Development and through the Center for Advanced Studies in Business. She has also taught Interpersonal Communication, Communication, and Conflict Resolution.