Dr. alexandra lutnick is a social scientist whose work focuses on people engaged in sex
work/trades, people experiencing trafficking, and program evaluations. alix’s work is grounded
in harm reduction and strives to always engage community members in the process of
knowledge production. Dr. lutnick has authored and coauthored publications for numerous
peer reviewed journals, and has been an invited speaker for national and international
conferences. They are also an expert witness for criminal cases involving prostitution and/or
human trafficking. alix’s book, Domestic minor sex trafficking: Beyond victims and villains was
published in 2016 by Columbia University Press.