The Summit


While the problem of sexual exploitation is as immense as ever, opportunities to take new ground abound. Now, more than ever, the burgeoning movement to end sexual exploitation needs to be energized, equipped, encouraged and inspired.


Your experience and leadership are vital to harnessing that energy, equipping emerging leaders, and inspiring the generation to dream of a world free from sexual exploitation. If you’re not already a leader in the movement, but you have passion for tackling all forms of sexual exploitation, there is no better time or place to network and learn. The movement’s premiere leaders and influencers will be together — all in one place!  You’ll be brought up to speed fast on the most pressing issues and research of the day, and make incredible connections.


Please join us for the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Global Summit April 4-7, 2018 and share your voice and vision with others. Go ahead, make a down payment on a future that fosters human dignity and sexual justice!

Join Us


Exposing the Connections Between All Forms of Sexual Exploitation

Training on Exploitation Issues, Research & Messaging Strategies

Organization Training on Fundraising, Communications & More

Networking And Collaborating With The Leaders In The Movement

Influence Legislators & Government Officials with Day on the Hill Events

Build a Community of Allies and More Resources For YOUR Efforts

Creating a World Free From Sexual Exploitation Together!


More than 40 experts are expected to present at the 2018 CESE Summit. Check back regularly to see updated list.

Crissy Outlaw

Survivor Advocate, Former Pornography Performer

Main Session Q&A and Main Session Panel

Ernie Allen

Former President and CEO

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children

Gail Dines, Ph.D.

President, Culture Reframed

Professor, Wheelock College

1. How porn culture is traumatizing a generation of kids and creating an unsustainable future; 2. Race and Racism in Porn: How Porn Legitimizes Racist Stereotypes

Julie Bindel

SPACE International

How to counter the arguments of the pro-prostitution movement and achieve abolition & Why legalizing/decriminalizing the sex trade is a disaster:

Melinda Tankard Reist

Melinda Tankard Reist

How Pornography Fuels and Legitimises Violence Against Women

Rachel Moran

Sex-trade survivor, writer, blogger and activist

Space International

Details Coming

Sharon W. Cooper, MD FAAP

Developmental and Forensic Pediatrician

Details Coming

Valiant Richey

Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney

King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office

Details Coming

Matt Aujero

Campus Minister

Catholic Student Center at University of Maryland

Fight Club: An accountability recovery model for college men

Lacy Alajna Bentley

Founder & CEO

Women United Recovery Coalition

Female Dynamics of Pornography Prevention, Usage, and Exploitation

Sam Black

VP of Partnerships

Covenant Eyes

Ditching the Lonesome Blues: Data and Details About the Value of Accountability

Ron DeHaas

President and Founder

Covenant Eyes

The Landscape of Technology in Pornography – Threats and Opportunities

Rachel Denton

Masters Student

Reach 10

Millennials Connecting for Change

John D. Foubert, Ph.D., LLC

National President

One in Four

How Pornography Harms: Using The Latest Data to Fight The Porn Industry

Wendy Francis


Centre for Human Dignity

Panel Member

Ran Gavrieli


ELSE – Eye Level Sex Education

Math 6 – Love 0

Daniel D. Gray LCSW, CSAT

Co-Founder and Clinical Director of LifeStar Network

LifeStar Network

Keeping the Helper Healthy: Self Care Strategies in Avoiding Compassion Fatigue and Burn Out

Haley Halverson

Director of Communications

National Center on Sexual Exploitation

The New Normal: The Threat of Sexual Predation in Dating Relationships

Tina Harris


Holy Yoga

Holy Yoga Slow Flow

Dawn Hawkins

Sr. Vice President

National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Making our Schools Exploitation-Free Zones

Donna M. Hughes, Ph.D.

Details Coming

Mahri Irvine, Ph.D.

Director of Campus Initiatives

Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault

Robert Jensen


University of Texas at Austin

What’s Patriarchy Got to Do with It and Why Should Men Care?

Kristen Jenson, MA

Founder and Author

Protect Young Minds

Porn Abuses Kids! How to Convince Anyone We’re Facing a Public Health Crisis

Jennifer Johnson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor & Chair of Sociology Programs

Virginia Commonwealth University

Current Research on Economics and Usage Patterns by College-aged Men and Women

Kevin Malone

U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking

Details Coming

Dorothy Maryon

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor


Continuing the Story. Moving through Betrayal and into Post traumatic Growth.

Shamere McKenzie

Anti-trafficking Program Director, Salvation Army of Central Maryland

CEO, Sun Gate Foundation

Details Coming

Errol Naidoo

Founder & CEO

Family Policy Institute – South Africa

Details Coming

Susan Norris

Founder & Executive Director

Rescuing Hope

Details Coming

Dan O’Bryant

Board Member

Shared Hope International

Inextricably Bound - Strip Clubs, Prostitution and Trafficking

Clay Olsen

Founder and CEO

Fight the New Drug

Details Coming

Creed Orme


Reach 10

Millennials Connecting for Change

Malissa Richardson


Reach 10

Rally - Courage is Contagious

Geoffrey Rogers

U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking

Details Coming

Sharon Slater


Family Watch International

Protecting Children from Pornographic Materials in the Schools – Comprehensive Sexuality/Sexualization Education Exposed

Chyng-Feng Sun, Ph.D.

Clinical Professor, Filmmaker

New York University

Details Coming

Patrick A. Trueman

President & CEO

National Center on Sexual Exploitation

Today’s Pornography: Not a Constitutional Right, Not a Human Right

Liz Walker, M. Hlth Sc.

Director of Health Education

Culture Reframed

Building resistance and resilience to porn culture in our children

Gary Wilson

Author of Your Brain on Porn: Internet Pornography and the Emerging Science of Addiction

Porn Research: Fact and Fiction



Hyatt Regency Dulles
2300 Dulles Corner Blvd.
Herndon, Virginia, USA, 20171

The "Day on the Hill" on April 4th will be at the U.S. Capitol. NCOSE will provide transportation to and from the Hill and Hotel for those who need it.


Special rate of $109/night available if reservation made before March 13, 2018. Please click here to make your reservation online or call (703) 713-1234.

Reserve Hotel


We recommend using Dulles International Airport which is less than 3 miles from the hotel and includes a complimentary airport shuttle to and from the hotel location.

Complimentary outdoor self-parking is available.


Check back for updates

Wednesday, April 4 Thursday, April 5 Friday, April 6 Saturday, April 7
All Day Registration 9:00am – 5:30pm Plenary, Breakout Sessions, & Strategy Sessions 9:00am – 5:30pm Plenary, Breakout Sessions, & Strategy Sessions 9:00am – 5:30pm Plenary, Breakout Sessions, & Strategy Sessions
10:00am-5:00pm Day on Capitol Hill (Meet at NCOSE Offices) 6:00pm – 8:30pm Awards Banquet (included for all registrants) 6:30pm – 8:30pm Special Dinner (Must reserve separate ticket) 6:30pm Relax & Debrief
7:00pm – 10:00pm Dessert Welcome Reception & Movie Showing 8:30pm – 10:30pm Networking; Relaxing Activities 8:30pm – 10:30pm Mass Media & Film Night 8:00pm DC Monuments Tour (Additional reservation for this)


Please contact or (202)393-7245 with any questions.

Early Bird Registration Ends February 15, 2018
CEUs pending for many professions
In order to keep costs down for some, we have provided ticket options that include meals and options that do not. Please note that ALL general registration tickets include the Friday Evening Awards Dinner Banquet.