Moving Forward - Track Three Agenda
#PutKids1st Track Three is called "Moving Forward" and addresses industry innovation, public awareness, certifications, standards and help and support to victims, their family and friends and school authorities, mental health and wellness professional development and law enforcement first responder training and guides.
Joe was the Education Coordinator for the South Carolina Attorney General's office for many years, and before that a school resource officer in Richland County's Sheriff's office.
Kevin formed the RCMP's first child sex exploitation unit, was Sergeant at Arms for the Canadian Parliament and Ambassador from Canada to Ireland.
Kevin Vickers resides in a rural area of New Brunswick, Canada. The streaming reception was a problem. We hope to rerecord the video at a later date, and are sharing the original one until then.
Anna is the CEO of Netclean, a tool used by large corporate networks to search for child sex abuse images on their networks. She is a powerful advocate for children and important voice in child protection.
Robin is the co-founder and CEO of Yoti, an AI age-verification and estimation technology used around the world to screen adults and confirm that users are whom they claim to be.
Malcolm is the founder and CEO of Information Integrity Solutions and former Privacy Commissioner for Australia. Nicole Stephensen interviewed him.
Sarah is among the top professional development and educational technology experts in the US. She heads instructional technology for NY's Lower Hudson Regional Information Center. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-martabano-b158985/
Takaya is Japan Head of Country for The Cybersafety Group. He brought together an extraordinary panel of global leaders from Japan to share their thoughts with Japanese-speaking parents.
Paul heads Linkedin's Trust & Safety Group and has an extenseive and highly-respected career in developing and enforcing users' safety and security. Paul shares insights about what it takes to recruit, train and run a quality trust & safety team and its role in protecting all users.
Note that this panel was conducted entirely in Japanese, aside from Parry Aftab's introduction in English.