Emily Hale


Emily Hale is a generalist intern here at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. She is currently earning her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Brigham Young University, with a double minor in Women’s Studies and Family Life. Before coming to NCOSE, Emily has conducted research on women’s exploitation, and is very passionate about providing information to the public on the harms of pornography and how to best engage the public to be both informed and active in these issues. She has interned at several social work professions, doing her part to help protect the integrity of families and children in harmful situations. She enjoys reading, music, fighting for social issues, and video games-something she has been able to expound upon as an intern. Emily has enjoyed the research she has done with NCOSE on the issues she is passionate about and hopes to pursue a graduate degree in her future.

Articles by Emily Hale

Parents’ Guide: Roblox

Children today have more video games available to play than ever before. With so many different gaming consoles and variety of games, it is incumbent that parents are informed about the types of content their child may be exposed to. Today, we will look specifically at Roblox, helping you understand the game that young children…

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