First Class Talent, LLC.

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Lexie Lavallee

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Lexie is a young professional that pulls from a lifetime of hardship.

Sexual abuse was a norm for her from toddler years and created a deep vulnerability for sex traffickers. From the age of 10-12, she was sold for sex just doors down from her grandmother's in the bedroom of the teenager the family had taken in.

Lexie shares her story of growing up exploited in the middle class despite a stable home. She discusses what it was like to not be believed and the effects of child abuse, exploitation, and trafficking on the mind, body, Spirit, and how to best come alongside survivors to promote restoration. Lexie facilitates an interactive session to help listeners identify gaps in resources and the logistics of addressing human trafficking, assisting victims, and narrowing their focus. Lexie offers survivor input on their project, program, and practices.


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In her shoes: Lexie shares her story of growing up exploited in the middle class despite a stable home. She discusses what it was like to not be believed and the effects of child abuse, exploitation, and trafficking on the mind, body, Spirit, and how to best come along side survivors to promote restoration. This session can be customized for multiple fields and levels of expertise.

What is Modern Day Slavery?: This is a basic human trafficking 101 covering the definition, laws, different types of trafficking, red flags, response, and recovery in the United states. Lexie always comes prepared with available local stats, information, and presents scenarios to help your community think through how this lucrative trade might be flourishing. 

Day to day: This training session is customizable to Law Enforcement Personal, social workers, feeding/homeless ministries, domestic violence shelters, teachers, Churches, medical professionals, convenient store clerks, transportation workers, etc. Lexie goes over how you might encounter victims day to day, how to interview, and how to respond. 

Are you prepared?: This is a great training session for communities who are combatting human trafficking or wanting to know where to get started. It is an interactive session to help listeners identify gaps in resources and the logistics of addressing human trafficking, assisting victims, and narrowing their focus. This is a great session for those who desire to start a task force, ministry, safe home, or non profit organization. 

Consulting: Lexie provides consulting to ministries, safe homes, film crews, non-profits, and individuals who desire survivor input on their project, program, and practices.