Joyclyn Bell

Joyclyn is an educator with lived experience in domestic intergenerational trafficking an exploitation, sexual, and community violence.  Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, she has her MSW, and is a Licensed School Social Worker in Oregon.  Joyclyn’s background includes providing domestic violence/sexual assault, anti- trafficking advocacy, and group facilitation, in schools, and in the community,  as well as with adults and youth impacted by systems.  She is a graduate fellow of the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center, a member of Oregon’s Trafficking Advisory Committee, a member of the Multnomah County Sex Trafficking Executive Committee, a founding member of the Northwest Survivor Alliance and creative producer of Can Oppression Be Liberation; a short film about the generational impacts of the commercial sex trade on Women of African Descent.