Tune in here for the second installation of our Webcast Series on Google+ hangouts: featuring Samantha & Ed.
To join in on the conversation & ask the panelists a question, use twitter hashtag #SHchat.
|Samantha joined Shared Hope International in 2005 to direct research for the DEMAND report and documentary for the U.S. Department of State. Samantha co-authored The National Report on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking based on research for the U.S. Department of Justice. Samantha designed and directs the Protected Innocence Challenge, which establishes a framework of laws necessary to combat sex trafficking in each state. Previously, Samantha served as the director of the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative’s Moldova office implementing anti-trafficking legislation development and legal services for victims of trafficking. Samantha has her undergraduate degree from Boston College and her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law.|
|Ed is the Defenders Program Manager at Shared Hope International. The Defenders are men who take a pledge to fight the commericial sex industry through education, awareness, events, testimony, and empowerment. Ed has a double Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Journalism from the University of Oregon. He first began fighting sex trafficking through his work with the Slavery Still Exists club in Eugene. His real passion is leading and engaging men to live lives of integrity, impact, and purpose.|
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