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Stefania Agliano and Bryan Hall

I AM Training and Consultation Group LLC

Stefania M. Agliano, LMSW received her graduate degree at Fordham University and has worked in child welfare services and child protection for over twenty-five years. Ms. Agliano is co-founder of I AM Training and Consultation Group LLC and currently works in the field of child welfare in a supervisory capacity. Ms. Agliano has been a contributing member of efforts to eradicate trafficking inclusive of the development of various training curriculums, training hundreds of child welfare staff, law enforcement officers, probations officers and community providers on the local and national level. Ms. Agliano has co-authored and facilitated national prevention programming aimed at educating participants on various topics inclusive of sexual exploitation designed for adolescents, young adults and families under the umbrella of I AM: The Empowerment Project. Ms. Agliano is an adjunct faculty member teaching at the college level and is currently a doctoral candidate.



Bryan Hall II, LCSW received his graduate degree from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work and has worked in child welfare, adult probation services and law enforcement in excess of seventeen years. Mr. Hall’s clinical background consists of treating adolescents with persistent legal issues and/or mental health disorders. Mr. Hall is the co-founder of I AM Training and Consultation Group LLC. Mr. Hall has been an active contributor of efforts to eradicate sex trafficking including training hundreds of probations officers, social workers and providers. Mr. Hall has been instrumental in the development and facilitation of prevention programming aimed at educating participants on various topics inclusive of sexual exploitation designed for adolescents, young adults and families under the umbrella of I AM: The Empowerment Project. Mr. Hall is an adjunct faculty member and teaches at the college level.

My Speakers Sessions

Thursday, August 22
 

9:00am