Micaela Schuneman

Micaela Schuneman

International Institute of Minnesota

Micaela Schuneman is the director of refugee services at the International Institute of Minnesota. The refugee services department is responsible for the successful resettlement of up to 500 refugees annually and provides housing, employment, and health services to facilitate clients’ self-sufficiency in their new community. Micaela also supervises programs that provide case management to foreign-born survivors of labor and sex trafficking and unaccompanied minors who are released in Minnesota after detention at the border.

Micaela received her Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Iowa.

Recommendations for Preventing and Responding to Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting (FGM/C) in Minnesota

Room 202

Download session presentation The Minnesota Female Genital Cutting Prevention and Outreach Working Group developed recommendations for child protection and child welfare professionals, law enforcement, health professionals, education professionals and members of impacted communities. The Working Group co-leads will provide background on female genital mutilation / cutting (FGM/C), review information gathered by the group about the […]