iStand 2019: Hope On the Horizon has ended
Join fellow parents and friends of internationally-abducted children in Washington DC, May 22-24 for iStand 2019: Hope on the Horizon!

The schedule is in development, and we’ll be announcing speakers soon.

Check out past conferences schedules for 2016,  2017 and 2018 and get ready for an expanded and more powerful gathering in May!

Register today!
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Farryl Sorokin

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Program Manager
Farryl Sorokin is Program Manager of Training for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Farryl has ten years of experience with the agency with her previous position as a Supervisor and Case Manager in the Missing Children Division. In this role, Farryl collaborated with local and federal law enforcement, social workers and families on child sex trafficking, critical missing children and family abduction cases.

Prior to her coming to work for NCMEC, Farryl worked as an investigator with the New York County District Attorney’s Office and as an investigator for the New York County Defender Services. Farryl hold a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, and a Bachelor degree in Conservation Biology from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.