Lim, Christian

Alabama Statewide Human Trafficking Protocol Project Administrator
Contact Information
  • Office: 3010 Little Hall
  • Phone: 205-348-4687
  • Email: clim4@ua.edu
Areas of Interest and Expertise
  • Human Trafficking
  • Social Work and the Law

Degrees:

  • BA in philosophy, California State University, Northridge
  • MBA, University of Phoenix

Bio:

Mr. Lim is a 14-year veteran of law enforcement with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. After his career in law enforcement, he worked with non-profit organizations providing services to victims of human trafficking. He was the vice president of justice and restoration with Saving Innocence, an organization in Los Angeles that works with juvenile victims of sex trafficking.  He also served as the chief operating officer of End Slavery Tennessee in Nashville, where he worked with victims of both sex and labor trafficking and operated safe-houses. Mr. Lim has served internationally as a volunteer in the Middle East, Kenya, Cambodia and the Philippines as a security consultant for victims of police abuse and he worked in an undercover capacity in brothels and massage parlors to help victims of human trafficking. The University of Alabama recently brought him on to lead their new efforts to create a statewide human trafficking protocol for law enforcement, social service and other service providers in Alabama.

Selected Publications:

Lim, Christian. The Heart of a Healer. 2017 Christian Faith Publishing, https://www.amazon.com/dp/1635756189/ref=cm_sw_r_fa_awdo_t2_acM-ybN1HATPX.