Kaitlin Roselius is a comprehensive doctoral student in the Department of Child, Youth and Family Studies, with a specialization in Global Family Health and Wellbeing. She has been involved with Dr. Rochelle Dalla’s research team over the past year as Dr. Dalla explores the unique processes of intergenerational sex trafficking among a caste in India. Kaitlin’s research interests lie in childhood abuse, neglect, and trauma with human trafficking as one potential form that children all around the world experience. She is also involved on another research exploring women’s maternal health of refugee women in Nebraska using alternative media methods (i.e., Photovoice). This project aims to build community capacity through addressing the health, wellbeing, and resilience of forcibly displaced individuals.