Dr. Dean Duncan of Project NO REST, Sarah McDaniel of Our VOICE and Project NO REST, and Katrina Andberg of Project WEST NC and Our VOICE break down the complexity of the issue of human trafficking in North Carolina
Katrina Andberg is the Project WEST NC coordinator, working with the Our VOICE’s rapid response team to provide services to survivors of human trafficking. Prior to this role, they worked to provide services to at risk women and LGBT youth in the Asheville, North Carolina area. You can help them in their mission by volunteering with Our VOICE at http://www.ourvoicenc.org/get-involved/volunteer/ or or check to see what materials you can contribute to their various programs at http://www.ourvoicenc.org/voice-wish-list/.
Dean Duncan is a research Professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. In addition to his work as a researcher with Project NO REST, he runs a series of events, both online and in person, that you can get attend. Learn more about how you can help his cause at http://www.projectnorest.org/get-involved/
Sarah McDaniel is the Project No Rest coordinator for Asheville, North Carolina, and a staff member for Our VOICE, an organization that serves survivors of domestic violence and abuse in Buncombe County. Get involved with Our VOICE at http://www.ourvoicenc.org/get-involved/volunteer/ or check to see what materials you can contribute to their various programs at http://www.ourvoicenc.org/voice-wish-list/.
Hannah Arrowood is the Founder and Executive Director of Present Age Ministries, a Charlotte-area nonprofit organization that trains “communities to identify at-risk teen girls through prevention and awareness education and to support survivors through holistic, individualized care.” In addition to working with educators to implement the Discovering Your Value Learning System, Present Age Ministries provides direct services to survivors of abuse and trafficking, and trains healthcare professionals and educators to recognize and rescue survivors. You can get involved with Present Age Ministries at http://www.