Olga Trujillo

Olga is an attorney, trainer, internationally renowned speaker, and author who has devoted their career to helping advocates, first responders, and others in the anti-violence field better understand the impact of trauma on survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse and human trafficking. They are one of the only speakers in the United States to address dissociative identity disorder from a lived experience of diagnoses and healing. Olga incorporates the role of culture, particularly Latino culture, into every presentation, training, and technical assistance opportunity.

Olga has authored a number of publications, including a memoir entitled The Sum of My Parts, a handbook for attorneys, and a number of tip sheets on trauma-informed work.

Olga’s family roots stem from Puerto Rico and Colombia. They were born and raised in Washington DC and studied at George Washington University Law School. They currently live in rural Wisconsin with their partner, Casey, and their pets.