Leadership & Staff

Coalition Leadership

CATE leadership is made up of executive leaders from our Collaborative Partnership organizations. Collaborative Partner organizations have made anti-trafficking interventions an organizational priority, strictly adhere to shared values, share responsibility and resources, and are considered equal partners in the leadership of CATE.

Currently, CATE is hosted and administratively supported by Healing Action, a Collaborative Partner Organization.

Coalition Staff

Lauren Masten, MSW

Membership Coordinator
 

Lauren Masten joined CATE in June 2019. Even though she grew up in a tiny, rural town in Illinois, she’s always been drawn to the humanity and diversity cities hold. She was first inspired to pursue a career in social work after listening to a fierce and passionate woman, who opened a shelter for women and children experiencing domestic violence, speak about her work. Lauren has developed a deep passion to work with and support change in communities so they are inclusive and supportive of all people, especially those who are most marginalized in their community. This led her to move to St. Louis in 2017 to pursue her Master of Social Work from Saint Louis University with a focus on nonprofit administration and community practice. Lauren joined the CATE team in hopes to work for effective system level, community change to end trafficking and exploitation.

Reach out to Lauren at lauren@mocate.org with any questions.

Tim Stout

Community Educator
AmeriCorps State Member
 

Bio coming soon!

Become a Member

CATE is currently accepting applications for membership. To request an application, email us at organizer@mocate.org
Community

Make valuable connections with other providers and community members across the state facing the same challenges.

Professional Development

Build your team's knowledge and skills year around to continually meet the changing needs of human trafficking victims.

Practical Resources

Empower your staff with access to content and tools to solve problems and excel in the many jobs they do.

Education and training is available to membership and community members to ensure best practices in understanding, preventing and responding to human trafficking in Missouri.
Conferences, workshops and regional meetings facilitate a collaborative movement among community members and service providers in Missouri.
Recommended information and resources about human trafficking nationally and statewide.