This session - part 4 of 4- in the Introduction to Human Trafficking series provides specific guidance to ministry leaders on how to engage with youth on this issue. It includes specific areas of instruction and warning to help protect our kids from predators.
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Jeanne has an eclectic career history: from high school English teacher, to instructional designer for the Intelligence Communities, to technology director, to Internet consultant and entrepreneur. She is an international ublic speaker, having presented at over 60 trade conferences nationally and delivered keynote sessions for international conferences in Greece, France, Egypt, the United Kingdom, Norway and Sweden and workshops for dignitaries of the United Arab Emirates. She has provided on-camera hosting and speaker talent for a wide variety of distance learning productions and has served as adjunct faculty for five universities. Jeanne holds a Bachelors in English, a Masters of Education and is pursuing a Doctor of Divinity degree, specializing in Urban Ministry and Ecumenical Relations. With a heart broken for the issue of human exploitation and trafficking, Jeanne directs the Maryland Coalition, a gathering of committed organizations and individuals who are affecting change in the areas of awareness, prevention, intervention and after-care. Jeanne regularly participates in street outreach in Baltimore to minister to women enslaved in street prostitution and serves as a community organizer to impact change at the neighborhood level. She is a compelling speaker on the topic of domestic human trafficking and has delivered awareness presentations to over 3,000 Marylanders to date. The Maryland Coalition works closely with the Department of Homeland Security, the FBI, and local law enforcement on proactive strategies, engaging the public sector and NGOs in anti-trafficking efforts. Jeanne also founded The Samaritan Women in 2007 and today serves as Executive Director. The Samaritan Women includes a therapeutic residence program, culinary arts vocational program and operates Baltimore cityâ€™s largest urban farm. The Samaritan Women is the first therapeutic residence program for victims of human trafficking in Maryland. Future plans include establishing a residential program for rescued minors.