- October 22, 2021
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
OCTOBER 22, 9AM-2PM. Join us VIRTUALLY for this year’s fall seminar, featuring two inspiring speakers- TBI Special Agent Jamesena Walker and Tabitha Curtis, Statewide Coordinator for TN Alliance for Drug Endangered Children . Presentations including Human Trafficking and Drug Endangered Children Awareness and Approach. Get your FREE ticket today!
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Jamesena Walker is a Special Agent with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and has been employed as such for 23 years. Agent Walker is currently assigned to investigate matters involving trafficking within the state of Tennessee, specifically in the Upper East TN region. Before investigating human trafficking crimes, she was assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for 3 years. SA Walker worked in the Criminal Investigative Division as a Field Agent for 7 years and prior to that worked in the Drug Investigative Division of TBI for 7 years
SA Walker has a Bachelor of Science degree from Middle Tennessee State University in Criminal Justice and worked with the Murfreesboro Police Department for 2 ½ years before joining the TBI.
Tabatha Curtis is the former Director of the Franklin County Prevention Coalition. She has over fourteen years of experience working in the field of prevention and over twenty-seven years of experience in working with youth and families. Tabatha has extensive knowledge and experience in the outcomes-based SPF planning process and was a coalition coach for the Partnership for Success grant for the state of Tennessee. She has served as a grant peer reviewer for the state of Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services and the Drug Free Communities Grant program. Over the past fourteen years she has successfully accrued over 5 million dollars in grant funding. Most recently Ms. Curtis has been employed by the Tennessee Dangerous Drug Task Force as the Tennessee Alliance for Drug Endangered Children statewide coordinator. Ms. Curtis is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, a graduate of the CADCA Academy, a National Drug Endangered Children trainer and a Level II Certified Prevention Specialists.