Our Centers

The Human Trafficking Data Lab draws on the expertise and support of several centers across Stanford University. 

Center for Human Rights and International Justice

Stanford’s Center for Human Rights and International Justice equips a new generation of leaders with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect and promote human rights and dignity for all. Reflecting a deep commitment to international justice and the rule of law, the Center collaborates with partners across Stanford University and beyond on innovative programs that foster critical inquiry in the classroom and in the world.

King Center on Global Development

The Stanford King Center on Global Development is a university-wide research center working to help improve the lives of people living in poverty around the world. The Center enables a multidisciplinary community of Stanford scholars to conduct path-breaking research, shape policy and practice, and train and inspire a diverse new generation of global leaders.

Stanford Health Policy

Stanford Health Policy is comprised of research groups within the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) and the Stanford University School of Medicine. FSI is a university-wide research and education institution at Stanford devoted to understanding the problems, policies, and processes that cross international borders and affect lives around the world. The School of Medicine (SOM) has long been a leader in biomedical innovation, research, and health care. Our affiliation with both FSI and the SOM provides access to a wide range of researchers who span the social sciences, engineering, and medicine — from pediatrics to geriatrics, law, economics and decision science.

Stanford Prevention Research Center

The Stanford Prevention Research Center is a consortium of renowned experts who are world leaders in investigating ways to prevent disease and promote health.

Since the center was established in 1972, its researchers have initiated groundbreaking studies to identify and modify the factors that can lead to disease and have designed workable solutions that can be adapted by individuals, families, and communities.

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Lizzy Constantz, MPH

Lizzy Constantz serves as the Program Manager for the Stanford Human Trafficking Data Lab. She is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she studied human trafficking and human rights, culminating in a Masters thesis analyzing the correlates of early child marriage in Ethiopia. Prior to her work in public health, Lizzy developed an expertise in translation and clinical research, as well as programs and operations management. As Program Manager, she is eager to use her background and education to advance the lab’s initiatives.