147 – Building for a Healthy Future: Survivor Mentorship and Life Skills

Judy Lamborn joins Dr. Sandra Morgan and Dave Stachowiak to discuss why vocational training is so important for survivors, how Open Gate International runs their culinary arts program, and how you can get involved with their organization.

Key Points

  • Vocational training is critical for survivors
  • Once training is done, there still needs to be mentoring.
  • In addition to studying culinary skills, all students in the program learn how to work together as a team, discover why it’s important to cover for the weaknesses of other team members, and learn to always take always care of their own responsibilities.


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Sandie Morgan

Sandie Morgan, PhD, RN is recognized globally for her expertise in combatting human trafficking and working to end violence against women. As Director of Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women & Justice (GCWJ), she oversees the Women’s Studies Minor as well as teaching Family Violence and Human Trafficking.
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