Christine Dolan is a broadcast and print investigative journalist, photographer, author, and recognized as one of the most seasoned investigators of human trafficking in the world.

Her career has focused on US and international politics and policy, wars/conflicts, humanitarian disasters, terrorist and criminal networks.

Since 2000, she has focused on human trafficking and terrorism worldwide on the street, and over the internet, as well as international politics and policy.

Dolan’s groundbreaking work in human trafficking report, Shattered Innocence – The Millennium Holocaust, was released at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., in 2001. It was endorsed by UK Detective Paul Holmes, the head of the Interpol Trafficking Committee and Arnold Burns, former US Deputy Attorney General of the United States.

Her work has been endorsed by members of the European Parliament, U.S. Congress, members of the OSCE in Vienna, Austria, the U.S. Department of Defense, Interpol, FBI, U.S. Immigrations, Customs and Enforcement, U.S. Homeland Security and many more.