Aubrie Smith


Aubrie Smith joined the National Center on Sexual Exploitation in August 2017 as a generalist intern. Although she is local of northern Virginia, Aubrie is currently a senior at The University of Alabama as an undergraduate student studying social work. As a current member of the National Association of Social Workers’ Alabama chapter, Aubrie is passionate about advocating for the protection of human rights and combating violence against women and children. Prior to joining NCOSE, Aubrie’s passion for social justice grew when she was selected by her university’s School of Social Work to attend and participate in the Alabama Conference of Social Work in Gulf Shores, Alabama and in the 33rd International Symposium on Child Abuse hosted by the National Children’s Advocacy Center in Huntsville, Alabama. In Alabama, she spent her free time volunteering and working with clients at a therapeutic horseback riding program, which is another passion of hers.

Articles by Aubrie Smith

NCOSE Trainings in Hawaii Helped Pave the Way to New Government Resource on Trafficking

Earlier this past September, NCOSE’s very own Vice President of Research and Education, Lisa Thompson, traveled to Hawaii to speak at a statewide training titled “Understanding and Recognizing Trafficking in Persons”. This week-long training series was hosted by Representative Andria Tupola and the partnership of Hawaii’s State Department of Health and Department of Human Services. […]

Issue: Sex Trafficking