Jeneé Littrell has more than 25 years of experience as an innovative school counselor and administrator. She started her career in education working at Santana High School in San Diego County where she developed the district’s first Family Resource Center to respond to a deadly school shooting in 2001. Her professional experience has included leadership roles at the school site, district office, and county office of education levels. She has overseen school and district mental health, social emotional learning and comprehensive risk prevention programs that have improved behavioral and educational outcomes for students. She is a recognized expert in the area of school climate and social/emotional learning and developed an award-winning social justice student-centered leadership program called Camp LEAD (Leadership for Equity and Diversity). She is recognized nationally for her expertise in combatting human trafficking within the public school system. She regularly trains educators, law enforcement personnel and social service providers around the nation, raising awareness on the issue of trafficking in schools. She developed the first educator protocol to address human trafficking in schools in 2009. This protocol has been used as a model for numerous school districts across the United States and she authored Human Trafficking in America’ Schools, an educator’s guide published by the U. S. Department of Education in 2015.