AMBassador MARK LAGON
Ambassador Mark Lagon is the Chief Policy Officer of Friends of the Global Fight Against AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and also a Centennial Fellow and Distinguished Senior Scholar in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. He is a leading authority and practitioner on human trafficking and migration, having served as U.S. Ambassador-At-Large and Director of the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons at the Department of State; as Executive Director and CEO of Polaris, a leading U.S. nonprofit on human trafficking operating the main hotline for the U.S. Government; and as founding member of the board of the Global Business Coalition Against Human Trafficking. Follow Ambassador Lagon on Twitter at @marklagon.
Read some of Ambassador Lagon's recent work:
In Fragile States, Disease Outbreaks Don't Stay Local for Long – Foreign Policy, 7/22/19
Clarity, Consensus, and Corporate Action on Human Trafficking – GBCAT, 1/8/19
Can Nikki Haley Deliver One Last Time? – Foreign Policy, 10/18/18
The Fight Against Human Trafficking Is Too Important for Trump and Pompeo to Ignore – Foreign Policy, 5/30/18
It’s Time for the United States to Grade the U.N. and Other International Organizations – Foreign Policy, 10/5/17