Marilyn and a group of her friends came up with an innovative concept to stop human trafficking in her community and throughout her state by putting stickers in rest areas and other high risk areas for trafficking. This project has dispersed thousands upon thousands of labels and saved countless victims from the grips of human trafficking.
Amy Peterson is the CEO and co-founder of Rebel Nell, a social enterprise in Detroit that employs, educates, and empowers women, and helps them transition out of homelessness.
Diana Mao is fighting human trafficking around the world in a unique way. Her organization the Nomi Network helps survivors of human trafficking in many ways, including by providing them with jobs and opportunities to pursue their dreams.
Jessie is a licensed clinical counselor and she joined the 1GR podcast to discuss the many ways people are impacted by mental illness and explains how to get help when you need it and how to help friends or family who may be suffering with mental health issues.
Clare founded Imprint Hope after a medical mission in Uganda and says that each person is as unique as their fingerprint and we all have a unique set of gifts to share with the world – and children with disabilities are no exception. Clare joined the 1 Girl Revolution podcast to talk about her life, her work in Uganda, and the children, families, and women Imprint Hope serves every day.