Waypoint Project Director, NH Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND THE NH HUMAN TRAFFICKING COLLABORATIVE TASK FORCE
Rebecca Ayling is a social worker who received her master’s degree at the University of New Hampshire, Durham. She began her formal career in 2008 with New Hampshire’s Division of Children, Youth and Families and then England’s Children’s Services programs. In 2015 Rebecca began to work in counter trafficking internationally, after an impactful internship experience (2005) in India. In 2017 Rebecca returned to the United States and began working with Child and Family Services of New Hampshire as a part of their new Human Trafficking Victim Services Program. Rebecca is the Project Director for the New Hampshire Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force which strives to improve identification of victims of trafficking, support law enforcement to increase investigations and prosecutions of this crime, improve New Hampshire’s ability to understand human trafficking and come together to combat both sex and labor trafficking across the state.