Madelyn Diaz, M.A
Expertise: human trafficking; criminology of place; interpersonal violence; quantitative methods
Madelyn is a Ph.D. student in Sociology studying within the Crime and Deviance track at the University of Central Florida, where she also received her M.A. in Applied Sociology and B.A. in Criminal Justice. She is a former Department of Homeland Security intern, U.S. Marshals intern, and recently served as managing editor for Homicide Studies. Her dissertation examines the spatial distribution of illicit massage businesses to improve informed anti-human trafficking policies.