Danielle Borrelli is the Operations Coordinator at the California Cybersecurity Institute overseeing all events, training courses, and projects. She is also responsible for developing and delivering training courses for first responders, law enforcement officers, and advocates that address the role of technology in recruiting and exploiting victims of human trafficking. In addition, Borrelli is a local, regional, and international anti-human trafficking advocate with 9 years experience in prevention, intervention, and restoration work. Serving on several boards, she currently provides development strategies to local non-profits, helping to secure sustainable housing programs and works with schools and businesses to provide training in human trafficking awareness.
Borrelli also serves on the San Luis Obispo (SLO) County’s District Attorney’s Human Trafficking Task Force as their Housing Subcommittee Chair. In addition, she provides counseling to survivors of trafficking, victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Borrelli was recently named California Polytechnic State University’s Employee of the Year for 2018-2019, SLO Tribune’s Top 20 under 40 for 2019, and 35th Assembly District Woman of the Year. Borrelli has a passion to serve and help liberate the voiceless in society and sees the powerful effects of technology to hurt, but more importantly to help heal and prevent the issue of human trafficking.