Guido Hajenius works with the anti-trafficking organization iEmpathize, to manage programs in Southern California and to engage the region in the fight to end child sexual exploitation and trafficking. After 17 years of non-profit work with university students and community outreach throughout the Southwest and Southern California, Guido and his wife and children moved to west Los Angeles. In April 2011, they started the local branch of the human rights non-profit iEmpathize. Recently, Guido became the Truckers Against Trafficking, (a domestic partner of iEmpathize) representative in California and assists TAT in training members of the trucking industry, as well as others, about the work of TAT and how to prevent domestic sex trafficking. Guido and Katie have been married for 14 years and have two sons, Julien and Tristen.