Sunny has provided consulting, training and facilitation in the execution of public health strategies, risk mitigation, crisis management, education and awareness. She has coordinated high-profile multi-jurisdictional operations and collaborative partnerships across professional disciplines, for the execution of initiatives and strategies with a focus on prevention, intervention and community engagement. Sunny has trained thousands of professionals across diverse disciplines on various issues, including but not limited to, the complexities of human trafficking exploitation and criminal schemes, interpersonal violence, community based violence, hate and bias crimes, community and police engagement and more. She has been at the forefront of leading complex conversations on Culture, Race, Inclusion, Equity and Diversity (C.R.I.E.D.) (signature presentation), and the importance of being responsive and responsible in the delivery of services, support and organizational culture.
Sunny has worked as a subject matter expert with news anchors and journalist developing background information for investigative reports and news stories, while also serving as an on-camera Crime Analyst for international and national media outlets including; ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CNN/HLN After Dark and Trinity Broadcast Network. She has been identified as a Master-Connector, dubbed the Olivia Pope of Crime and delivered a powerful TEDx talk titled "What are you really willing to do for others?".
Sunnetta "Sunny" Slaughter is the CEO and Principal Consultant of Sunny Slaughter Consulting, LLC. She is a noted crime, policy and intersectional subject matter expert offering over 30 years of personal and professional experience across a broad spectrum of interpersonal crimes, public health policy, social justice, human rights and civil rights issues. Sunny has provided subject matter expertise in litigation cases for counsels of the defense, plaintiff, the Courts, law firms, government agencies, NGO's, corporations and families of missing and exploited children.