I just participated in my first interview with NPR on our local All Sides with Ann Fisher radio show.

All Sides is a two-hour, daily public-affairs talk show designed to touch upon all sides of the issues and events that shape life in Central Ohio. This interview focused on my work as a board member of She Has A Name educating men arrested for soliciting sex through an innovative “John School” program.

Ann Fisher interviewed myself and two other abolitionists from the local anti-trafficking community: Jennifer Knight, acting deputy chief of the Columbus Division of Police, and Hannah Estabrook, coordinator of the Franklin County Municipal Court CATCH program for survivors. We discussed ways the Central Ohio community is fighting human trafficking by reducing the demand for paid sex.

Listen to the full show here.