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Sex Trafficking Presentation to be held at Northeast on Monday | Rural Radio Network

Sex Trafficking Presentation to be held at Northeast on Monday

Sex Trafficking Presentation to be held at Northeast on Monday

The Phi Beta Lambda organization at Northeast Community College and the Set Me Free Project will host a presentation next week on sex trafficking. “Is Sex Trafficking Really a Problem in Our Community” will be held on Monday, April 23, at 7 p.m., in the Northeast Community College Welcome Center on the Norfolk campus.

The event’s speaker, Stephanie Olson, is an author and the CEO/President of The Set Me Free Project. She leads the organization to help prevent youth and young adults from ever seeing the “dark side” of trafficking. She speaks to women, youth, and families across the United States on life issues and the dangers of human trafficking.

Olson has had extensive training, research, and study of human trafficking prevention education and social media safety. She is also a sought after speaker on the subject of women, youth, human trafficking, and nonprofit business. Olson currently runs two nonprofit organizations, writes and develops the curriculum for the Set Me Free Project, and trains the current speakers to speak to youth with an interactive and engaging approach.

To learn more, go online to  https://setmefreeproject.net/our-events/.

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