On this episode of the Ending Human Trafficking Podcast, GCWJ Director Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak welcome guest speaker Priscilla Santos, Program Coordinator for The Salvation Army Anti-Trafficking Services Program who is also part of the core leadership team for the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force (OCHTTF). In her work, she focuses on providing holistic, comprehensive case management to foreign-born human trafficking victims in Orange County. Before moving to Orange County, she worked with anti-trafficking organizations in Los Angeles such as OasisUSA and Saving Innocence, as well as World Vision International. She is also a board member of Fair Trade Los Angeles.
Priscilla talks about the risk factors that make a mother vulnerable to labor trafficking when taking a job away from home, explains what a derivative is within the issue of human trafficking, and how to improve the prevention of trafficking of mothers in Orange County and globally. As part of her role within The The Salvation Army Anti-Trafficking Services Program, she is tasked with the family reunification process and shares success survivor stories.
The Salvation Army, Orange County
The Salvation Army Anti-Trafficking Services Program Facebook Page
Priscilla Santos Email: Priscilla.Santos@usw.salvationarmy.org
Global Center for Women and Justice
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