Sunny Slaughter Consulting, LLC


justSunny - Sunny Slaughter is a leading change agent strategically postured at the forefront of intersecting human rights, civil rights and social justice issues. Slaughter is a champion for children, women and men. She has been called a "MasterConnector" for leveraging her relationships and access to resources in order to make a difference for others. Driven, determined and self-motivated, Sunny is committed to changing the landscape of leadership in policy, politics and places where decisions are made that impact the ordinary, vulnerable and voiceless. ~ "MasterConnector"

The CEO & Principal


  • Founder, CEO, Principal Consultant of Sunny Slaughter Consulting, LLC (2007)
  • TEDx Speaker "What are you really willing to do for others?"
  • SME -  Human Rights | Social Justice | Civil Rights (National & International)
  • Regional Appointee, Co-chair of the Violence as a Public Health Issue Committee (VPHIC) for the Southeastern Health Equity Council (SHEC), Region IV, HHS/Office of Minority Health
  • National Appointee, United States Human Rights Network (USHRN), CERD Taskforce ​
  • ​SME - Human Trafficking | Modern-Day Slavery
  • Compliance and Risk Assessment (Government, Institutional, Organization, Business)
  • Domestic & Sexual Violence, SME, Consultant, Trainer (Title IX, Clery Act, PREA, Violence on Campus)
  • Expert Witness (Opine Expert Report) Legal
  • Hate & Bias Crimes and Community Policing Expert, Consultant, Trainer
  • FEMA Certified - Emergency Management 
  • DHS Federally Certified Law Enforcement Instructor and Consultant
  • Drafter of Anti-Human Trafficking State Legislation (Alabama)
  • National Policy Writer

For the past decade Sunny has focused on the complex nuances and intersection of human trafficking and exploitation schemes, which are influenced by a myriad of social determinants of health. She has developed and delivered her signature training presentation titled "Marginalized. Masked. Missed.(TM) before more than 3000 professionals across a broad spectrum of disciplines.  Sunny has been very vocal regarding the lack of racial, cultural and ethnic diversity that exist in thought, perspective and recognition of minority experts on this issue, the allocation of funding for minority led organizations, and the availability of culturally responsive and responsible services and support for victims and their families.

Sunny has served as an Alabama Commissioner for the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, as an expert panelist on human trafficking, domestic and sexual violence, youth violence, community policing, hate and bias crimes, discrimination, color of law violations, mass incarceration, juvenile justice, and violence as a public heath issue.    

Sunny is an accomplished and highly skilled communicator with an extensive public relations and crisis management background. She has notably served as a Keynote Speaker, facilitator,  Media Crime Analyst and subject matter expert for national and international media and radio outlets including; ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN/HLN’s After Dark and Trinity Broadcast Network. 

Sunny is the recipient of numerous awards, honors and a member of several national professional associations including the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), American Public Health Association (APHA), National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), International Law Enforcement Executive Trainers Association (ILEETA)