Human Trafficking Prevention Honors, Jan. 11 WHAT: On January 11, 2019, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and DHS Child Welfare Director Marilyn Jones will honor the efforts of Oregonians who work to prevent human trafficking. This inaugural event on National Human Trafficking Awareness Day will raise awareness about Oregon’s current intervention efforts and recognize the work of those who are committed to promoting a trauma informed and victim-centered approach to trafficking intervention. This event is co-sponsored by the Oregon Department of Justice and the Oregon Department of Human Services. DATE: Friday, Jan. 11, 2019; TIME: 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.; WHERE: 100 SW Market St., Portland; WHO: Ellen Rosenblum, Attorney General of Oregon; Fariborz Pakseresht, Director of the Oregon Department of Human Services; Marilyn Jones, Director of Child Welfare Programs for the Oregon Department of Human Services. Honorees include Tiffany Underwood (Marion County District Attorney’s Office); Hillary Roeder (Oregon Department of Human Services-Child Welfare); Wendy Matthews (Oregon Department of Human Services-Child Welfare); Arielle Crist (A Village for One); Rusty Amos (Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office); Angela Hollan (Portland City Government); Rebecca Lusk (Oregon Department of Human Services). Robin Miller (Janus Youth Programs); Melissa Parker (J Bar J Youth Services). COST: This event is free and open to the public.