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Logan Knight

Logan Knight is a doctoral student at the College of Social Work, The Ohio State University. Her research contributes to the promotion of resilience in survivors of human trafficking, and strategies for more socially just, inclusive and equitable research with vulnerable, marginalized and hard-to-reach populations. Logan’s research interests include hope, resilience, post-traumatic growth and financial well-being in individuals who have experienced human trafficking; community resilience and community capacity;social justice and victim advocacy;grassroots and community-based solutions to social problems and international social work. She is currently involved in a number of studies including the Prevalence Reduction Innovation Forum (PRIF)of African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES), and the evaluation of theOhio START (Sobriety Treatment and Reducing Trauma) project.


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