Lisa Goldblatt Grace
co-founder, director, My Life My Choice Project
Lisa Goldblatt Grace is the Co-founder and Director of the My Life My Choice Project (MLMC). Since 2002, MLMC has offered the only comprehensive prevention curriculum aimed at reaching girls vulnerable to commercial sexual exploitation. MLMC also offers services such as prevention groups, training, survivor mentoring, and program consultation. Goldblatt Grace has served as a consultant to the Massachusetts Administrative Office of the Trial Court’s Redesigning the Court’s Response to Prostitution project, and as a primary researcher on the 2007 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services study of programs serving human trafficking victims. In addition, she has written in a variety of publications regarding commercial sexual exploitation and offered training on the subject nationally. Goldblatt Grace is Adjunct Faculty at the Boston University School of Social Work. She holds masters degrees in social work and public health from Boston University.