Director, Combatting Human Trafficking
Corban Teague is the director of the Combatting Human Trafficking program at the McCain Institute at Arizona State University. In this role, he engages with policymakers and other stakeholders to advance values-driven American leadership on international human rights. Prior to joining the McCain Institute, Teague was the director of policy & government relations at a human rights philanthropy, where he worked to strengthen U.S. foreign policy efforts to counter human trafficking and prevent mass atrocities. He also led congressional advocacy at an anti-human trafficking nonprofit, and before that, he spent four years as a congressional staffer.
Teague is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and George Mason University School of Law (now Antonin Scalia Law School). He is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He lives in Virginia with his wife and dog.