About Atlanta’s Senior Human Trafficking Fellow
Ouleye Ndoye Warnock serves as the inaugural Senior Human Trafficking Fellow for the city of Atlanta, part of Mayor Bottom's Executive team. In this role, she collaborates closely with The Partnership for Freedom, "a public-private partnership dedicated to promoting innovative solutions to end modern day slavery in the United States and around the world." This initiative supports city fellows in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Atlanta.
Prior to joining the city, Ouleye worked to end human trafficking, support refugee resettlement, and advocate for the healthcare of women and girls in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. She has dedicated her academic pursuits to these issues, receiving her bachelor of arts with honors, summa cum laude, from Spelman College; master of science from the University of Oxford, UK; and master of arts from Columbia University, where she is also pursuing her PhD.