Christen Price is a human rights lawyer who engages in legal advocacy to end impunity for all forms of sexual exploitation. In that capacity, she works to influence courts and legislatures toward protecting human dignity and equality for survivors, through legislative advocacy and litigation, particularly with respect to sex trafficking, prostitution, child sexual abuse, and pornography. Christen received her JD from Georgetown University Law Center, and a BA in philosophy from Cedarville University. Christen first encountered UCBC in 2010, when she visited Beni as part of a legal internship based in Northern Uganda. She reconnected with Congo Initiative after hearing Paul Robinson, who taught and mentored some of her fellow parishioners, give an update at her church in 2017. Christen is honored and excited to join Congo Initiative’s board.