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Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Michelle Lanspa graduated May 2007 from Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. She majored in science and technology in international affairs with a concentration in international health; she wrote her honors thesis on the various socio-sanitary problems faced by Arab immigrants in Italy.
From July to September 2007, Michelle worked as an Advocacy Project (AP) Peace Fellow. AP sent her to work with its partner organization, the Transnational AIDS Prevention among Migrant Prostitutes in Europe Project (TAMPEP Association) in Turin, Italy. TAMPEP works to prevent and protect victims of human trafficking. A blog of her fellowship experience can be found at: http://advocacynet.org/blogs/index.php?blog=72. Michelle currently still works for the TAMPEP Association as a project assistant and just travelled to Nigeria this summer with other TAMPEP colleagues to carry out a training organized by TAMPEP under the new UNICRI anti-trafficking campaign in Nigeria.
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