Kris Coffield is Executive Director of IMUAlliance, a nonpartisan political action group devoted to advancing educational opportunity, economic equality, and human rights. One of Hawai’i’s leading anti-human-trafficking activists and victim service providers, he also serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of UNITE Hawai’i, a nonprofit dedicated to preventing sex trafficking through education. A dynamic and experienced Government Relations and Development Specialist, he works professionally as a government relations specialist for the Hawai’i State Teachers Association. Through his work with IMUAlliance and HSTA, he has successfully partnered with Hawai’i lawmakers to enact some of the most significant policy changes of the last decade.
Coffield is also editor of Interstitial: A Journal of Modern Culture and Events has recently been published in World History Connected, Ishaan Literary Review, Evental Aesthetics, and Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures. He is currently completing his first book on object-oriented ontology and international security entitled Foreign Objects, as well as a collection of academic interviews called Fine Points.