Nathan Earl, Principal Consultant

Nathan Earl is a dedicated researcher, trainer, advocate, and public health consultant committed to fostering resilient communities free from exploitation. With over two decades of experience, Nathan collaborates with organizations and communities to prevent violence against boys, men, and male-identifying young individuals.

His research primarily focuses on drug-facilitated sex trafficking of males, mental health challenges among trafficking survivors, and syndemic male victimization, encompassing substance dependency, PTSD, and HIV. Nathan serves as a consultant for esteemed organizations such as the National Youth Law Center, The National Council on Child Trafficking, The U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He is a co-founder of The U.S. Council on Violence against Men and Boys, a co-founding Chair of Yale School of Public Health's violence intervention training, advocacy, and education student group, VITAE, and holds a position as a Board Director at Love 146. Nathan is also a co-creator of the International Conference on Violence against Men and Boys.

As a Fellow of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Human Trafficking Leadership Academy, Nathan brings extensive expertise to his work. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from the University of South Florida and is currently pursuing a Master of Public Health at Yale University. Additionally, he has earned certificates in Leadership and Human Subjects Research.

In his mission to create resilient communities, Nathan draws inspiration from Viktor Frankl's powerful quote:

"Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way."

Interning Professionals

Alexandra Guzman Caceres

Yale University

Joanna Chen

Yale University

Stephanie Montealegre

                          Yale University