Aubrey Lloyd (MSW, LSW) is a project manager overseeing work specific to Human Trafficking at ICF. She has 19 years of nonprofit experience working with populations affected by domestic violence, substance use, mental health issues, and poverty. This experience focused on delivering training; creating and maintaining community partnerships, programs, and curricula; and directing programs. For the past 13 years, she has designed and implemented programs for multidisciplinary teams and nongovernmental and community-based organizations using her subject matter expertise in human trafficking, trauma-informed victim assistance programming, and connections between other crime and vulnerability sectors such as addiction, domestic violence and sexual assault, homelessness and runaway youth, and early childhood adverse conditions and abuse.
She has worked at the state level to coordinate identification and service delivery for victims as well as developing a state accredited trauma informed educational curricula and trauma informed group home model structure for minor victims of human trafficking.
She has used this knowledge with hundreds of grantees funded through the Department of Justice, to formulate foundations for effective and sustainable human trafficking programming, utilize data to craft evaluative and evidence based interventions, provide subject matter expertise in maintaining multi-disciplinary partnerships, and guidance to cement the importance of trauma informed and implemented service practices. Ms. Lloyd also brings the invaluable perspective of a survivor-advocate.