Gratienne (Sienna) Baskin

Sienna Baskin brings extensive senior level work in fighting for the rights of sex workers and survivors of trafficking. Baskin was managing director, and, before that, Equal Justice Works Fellow/staff attorney for the Urban Justice Center’s Sex Workers Project. While there she developed mission and strategy to protect the rights of victims of trafficking; acted as chief counsel in legal cases; managed human rights documentation research; and was a principle media spokesperson on the issue.

Prior to that she worked on reproductive health and criminal justice issues at the Philadelphia Woman’s Center, and she recently conducted research as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar on New Zealand’s decriminalization of prostitution. She holds an undergraduate degree from Hampshire College and a law degree from The City University of New York.

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