Jacquelyn Meshelemiah




Dr. Jacquelyn Meshelemiah is a licensed social worker and three time alum of the Ohio State University. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW), Master of Social Work (MSW), and doctorate (PhD) from the College of Social Work. As an Assistant Professor and later as an Associate Professor in Social Work, she has taught courses across the curricula at the BSSW, MSW, and PhD levels. She currently teaches courses related to the social work profession, diagnosing and assessments, and human trafficking. She is the author and co-author of numerous publications and presentations at the local, national, and international levels. Her research publications focus on human trafficking and prostitution along with social work practice, substance abuse, and social justice. Jacquelyn’s work related travels have taken her to Mexico, Puerto Rico, London, Canada, Hawaii, Ghana, Uganda, and all across the United States.

She is the recipient of numerous honors including teaching and community service awards. Last, she is the former Chair of the Board of Rahab’s Hideaway, a safehaven for at-risk and/or victims of human trafficking.

Dr. Meshelemiah is currently collaborating with her social work colleagues at Addis Ababa University and the University of Gondar in Ethiopia as they work toward strengthening their social work programs at the baccalaureate and master’s levels. Beyond sustainability, the focus of the collaboration is to develop a research agenda around human trafficking, curriculum development, and faculty/staff exchanges.

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Aug 20th 2014

Did you know that human trafficking is a form of modern day slavery? Slavery has been around since the beginning of civilization and still persists across our world today. As a human rights issue, it is important to increase awareness as a starting point down the journey toward freedom for all.

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