Lillian Agbeyegbe is the Community Engagement Manager on the Strategic Initiative on Sex Trafficking team. She is the lead on a Safety Net Expansion Initiative for Polaris Big Fight that seeks to reduce sex trafficking in 25 cities across the United States over the next ten years.
At Polaris, Lillian was the lead author of “Human Trafficking at Home: Labor Trafficking of Domestic Workers.” She also contributed to other publications including “Human Trafficking on Temporary Work Visas: A Data Analysis 2015-2017” and “On-Ramps, Intersections, and Exit Routes: A Roadmap for Systems and Industries to Prevent and Disrupt Human Trafficking.”
Lillian earned her Doctor of Public Health degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, and her Masters of Public Health (MPH) in Community Health Education from The City University of New York-Hunter College. She earned her Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Economics from the University of Lagos, Nigeria.