Rochelle L. Dalla, PhD, is Professor of Family Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Her research focuses on marginalized and hard-to-reach populations of sex trafficking survivors in the United States and India. She is Editor in Chief of the Journal of Human Trafficking and has been honoured with multiple research and teaching awards, including the Distinguished Research and Creative Career Award (2018), the Distinguished Teaching Award (2017 and 2001), the Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence (2007), and the Charman Outstanding Professor Award (2004).
Donna Sabella, MEd, MSN, PhD, PMHNP-BC, is the former Seedworks Endowed Associate Professor of Social Justice at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst College of Nursing. Dr. Sabella is co-founder and Associate Editor of the Journal of Human Trafficking, as well as founder and Contributing Editor of the American Journal of Nursing’s Mental Health Matters column. She is also a co-founder and the first program director for Dawn’s Place, a residential recovery program for trafficked women in Philadelphia. She has numerous presentations and publications about human trafficking and is considered a pioneer in nursing for her work in this area.