"Get Some" focuses on human trafficking
The theme of this month’s “Get Some” segment is human trafficking. The show will be taped live at Penn State Berks on October 31, 2011, from 6:00–6:45 pm. in the Perkins Student Center Multipurpose Room
The episode will feature three professionals from the local community who are involved with initiatives in response to sex trafficking in Berks County: Bob Morrison, founder of Freedom and Restoration for Everyone Enslaved (FREE), which he established in response to the emerging sex trafficking problem in Berks County; Jen Spry, a member of FREE who has spoken in numerous venues about human trafficking; and David Hershey, campus minister for the Christian Student Fellowship at Penn State Berks.
"Get Some" is a show about health with a human sexuality emphasis. Alice Holland, Penn State Berks Nurse Practitioner Supervisor serves as host. The show includes an interactive audience that features both college students and professionals as guests.
"The culmination of my past employment experiences at Blue Mountain Health System Family Planning Clinic, Lehighton Area School District, and Lehigh Valley Hospital, along with my present employment at Penn State, has prepared me with the assessment, interpersonal, and communication skills needed to host the show," explained Holland about her credentials.
In addition to her position as Health Services Supervisor at Penn State Berks, Holland also teaches courses in human sexuality, two of which have culminated with an experiential approach in Kenya. She holds master’s degrees in both Nursing and Human Sexuality, and is presently a Human Sexuality Doctoral student, as well as a member of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), American College Health Association (ACHA), and American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).