Stanford Human Trafficking Data Lab

The Stanford Human Trafficking Data Lab is a multidisciplinary research collaboration with both academic expertise and frontline anti-trafficking experience working to apply the most promising research innovations to combat human trafficking.

Our Lab has extensive experience conducting rigorous empirical research with expertise in statistics and econometrics (often in challenging data environments), global health, clinical care, computer science, human rights, corporate governance, corporate finance, and international law. We combine this expertise with a deep qualitative understanding of human trafficking, including the direct participation of survivor leaders and allies with decades of experience in the anti-trafficking field. Finally, Lab members’ rich experience in global advocacy and policy helps ensure our learnings translate into impactful action.

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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.