Amy Fleischauer, LMSW
Amy Fleischauer is the Director of Survivor Support Services at the International Institute of Buffalo and supervises a team of case managers and advocates working with survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence. She has a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University and a certificate in Trauma Counseling from the University of Buffalo. Ms. Fleischauer has served as the co-facilitator of the Western District of New York’s Anti-Trafficking Task Force, serves as the Quality Support Specialist for the USCRI Trafficking Victim Assistance Program, and provides training and technical assistance for nearly 200 organizations administering direct care to foreign-born survivors of human trafficking across thirty-four states. She represents the immigrant victim services perspective on the NYS Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team. She serves on the board of Freedom Network USA and is an active member of the New York Anti-Trafficking Network.