Bradley Myles served as Polaris Project’s Executive Director and CEO. He has been working on combating the issue of human trafficking for several years. In his current role at Polaris Project, he is responsible for over-seeing all the programmatic, financial, and operational areas of the organization, including leading the Executive Management Team and liaising with the Board of Directors. Mr. Myles works on all areas of Polaris Project’s comprehensive approach to fighting human trafficking, including over-seeing the direct victims services efforts of local offices in Washington, D.C. and New Jersey, supervising the policy team’s advocacy initiatives at the Federal and state levels, and providing strategic oversight for Polaris Project’s operation of the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) hotline. (1-888-3737-888)
Bradley Myles has provided consultation, training, and technical assistance on anti-trafficking strategies to hundreds of audiences, including human trafficking task forces and coalitions across the nation, government agencies, federal and local law enforcement, U.S. Members of Congress, media, service providers, and foreign delegations. He has also been a key advocate in bridging the national anti-trafficking program areas of multiple federal government agencies in the U.S. Departments of State, Homeland Security, Justice, and Health and Human Services. Mr. Myles serves as Polaris Project’s primary liaison to the Humanity United-funded national coalition entitled the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST), the FBI Innocence Lost Federal Working Group, the U.S. Department of Justice National Advisory Group on trafficking, and the U.S. Department of Justice-funded Washington, D.C. Human Trafficking Task Force. His anti-trafficking efforts have been covered in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360.
Radio Shows featuring Bradley Myles
World Footprints will take listeners on a journey that follows the North Star today through Polaris Project. Many Americans are familiar with the slave revolts led by John Brown and Nat Turner, but the story of the greatest act of slave resistance in American history took place in 1811 and … Read moreUnited States History Human Trafficking