Kristy has always believed that life doesn’t work for those who weren’t given the opportunities to make it work, and that circumstance is that difference. Committed to serving survivors across the US and creating opportunities for them to become their own change agents is what Kristy is all about – and having fun on the way!
Members of Empower Her Network will astound you with what is possible once societal barriers are removed. Abby has seen this first hand, and is a believer in economic solutions to cultural problems.
Living in a world of finance and not having a ton of female role models, Maureen is changing that. Fiscal independence is something Maureen is extremely passionate about, and leads the way in making her mark with EHN.
Priscilla Angenor (1978-2020)
Click below to learn how her spirit is weaved into the fabric of Empower Her Network forever.
Law degree from UCLA? Check.
MBA from there too? Check.
Author or RUNAWAY GIRL? Check.
Survivor of human trafficking who is on our board so she can spread the world and help more survivors sooner? Check.
With her parents being born in India, and with trafficking epidemic in India, Chet appreciated the correlation between education and opportunity. EHN Foundation is built around this core.
Leading the marketing effort for Empower Her Network is a perfect fit, as Summer cares deeply about this human rights violation happening in her own backyard. Summer brings an expertise in all things branding and marketing and is proud to be part of the anti-trafficking movement.
If you are in the Anti-Trafficking field in Atlanta, you know Melba. Actually – scratch that- pretty much everyone we talk to nationally is aware of her work and hugely impressed by Melba – especially EHN!
Ten years of working with survivors of trafficking, Kate has seen the magic that happens when societal barriers are removed and survivors have a chance to prove themselves. And we have seen the positive explosion that happens when Kate works alongside this path!
Trauma therapist, experience working with HT survivors, and speaks Mandarin. Who better to navigate the exit ramp then Jaycie!
As Camille works on her PhD in psychology while working in the anti-human trafficking for years, California survivors find her warmth and mindfulness exactly what they need as they pursue Destination: Her Choice.
Activist tied to ground breaking legislation, Consultant, Survivor, Internationally recognized speaker, BALTIMORE EMPOWERMENT ADVOCATE. Charm City rocks.
20 plus years experience and life long advocate – Akia is ready and able to rock and roll in Cleveland!
Over 15 years experience and a WEALTH of knowledge with all things related to human rights and human trafficking, Lena’s work with survivors and partners is at the forefront of our West Coast becoming so strong. Portland, you don’t know how lucky you are.
An Advocate of Empower Her Network since inception, Taylor is a natural leader at building relationships through compassion and boundaries. Taylor is an amazing activist for survivors of trafficking and Empower Her Network is grateful for all she adds to this network!
Virginia believes in the power of genuine human connection, compassion, and the absolute necessity of creating individualized treatment plans specific to each client’s unique history, cultural background, socioeconomic status, and goals.
``Empower Her Network exists as an innovator of opportunity and genuine support in the moments that are needed the most. It is great to be a part of an organization that represents a cause which bridges hope and builds new chances to success``
The more Lauren learned about human trafficking, the more driven and passionate she became to help survivors and their families. Ask anyone who knows Lauren, she is dedicated to the movement and doing everything she can to walk with survivors to reach their potential.
Erica got involved in this work in part because her grandmother was a survivor. She brings her to every encounter she has. Erica believes that survivors can change their story, and that ending is good.
With a passion for social justice, and racial and gender equality, Katisha works with the Program Committee to help ensure we are always aligned with our practices and policies. Her voice is valuable to our program and the future of EHN.
An expert researcher on human trafficking, Kimberly guides us on our metrics and helps with the foundation of what to measure. We started off with a research/ business model because of her support and work.
Lisa, founder of Lulu Frost, created the Empowerment Bracelet alongside survivors of human trafficking to help launch Empower Her Network. She has donated all of the proceeds back to EHN, and has impacted so many survivors because of this impact.
Empowered Women Empower Women. Julie, an expert in developing executives and corporate positioning strategy works with EHN Board and Executives on the power of our voices and moving forward with power and sustainability. Because Empowered Women Empower Women/
“How can I help” was Laura’s call to us? She now focuses her fundraising experience and advocacy on marginalized populations. Thrilled she is on our team!
It’s a network for a reason. As Vice President of Corporate Responsibility, Diversty and Inclusion for Wellcare, she’s been a matchmaker for board openings, corporate giving contacts, and helps us get the word out. Amazing.
Her Ted Talk was inspiring. She built the highly regarded Center for Equity, Gender, and Inclusion (EGAL) at Berkeley and consulted the biggest brands in the world on social impact. Now she’s using her talent and voice to change the trajectory for survivors of human trafficking in the United States. Once you know, you can’t unknow.
Going from teaching 1 course on human trafficking a year at University of Maryland, Christine now impacts 240 students a year who take her classes on human trafficking. They now know what’s up because of Christine, and Christine’s on a mission to educate more through EHN!
Fashionable and social media savvy, Rowena is thrilled to help extend the reach of our mission.
When she’s not being a boss in the boardroom, speaking on stage or trying to use a dry erase board to plan her next entrepreneurial idea, Rebecca can be found at home in the beautiful Pacific Northwest – in sweats with a messy bun and a cold foam cold brew.