Join Disrupting Trafficking for a day long event with front-line, nationally recognized abolitionists, local leaders, and local non-profits for the 2nd Annual Liberation Summit. Disrupting Traffick will be featuring two key note speakers, breakout sessions, a local panel, and informational booths featuring local resources for trafficking victims. Our first key note speaker is Annie Lobert of Hookers for Jesus based in Las Vegas, Nevada and our second key-note speaker is Savannah Sanders of Human Trafficking Prevention based out of Sedona, Arizona. Annie is an internationally recognized expert and advocate of ministry to men and women in the commercial sex industry from her personal experience. She has been featured as an expert on many national and international broadcasts and Governmental organizations, judicial offices, police force trainings, and educational systems, in addition to community groups and churches are effectively utilizing Annie’s inside view and background to assist in educating the public and stirring them to action regarding prostitution and sex trafficking. She is currently on the Las Vegas Metropolitan Nevada Trafficking Task Force for victim advocacy, as well as the education and outreach committees.
Savannah Sanders is the founder of Sex Trafficking Prevention and is an active member of a large network of human trafficking survivor advocates.Sanders is a survivor and shares her story of inspiration and motivation for audiences across the United States, providing testimony on Emmy-nominated television news segments, in sex trade documentaries, at local events, and on talk radio. She recently developed and launched an amazing 16 week certification on human trafficking. She is the author of Sex Trafficking Prevention: A Trauma-Informed Approach for Parents and Professionals (Unhooked Books, 2015), and works as the Training Coordinator for the Sandra Day O'Connor Institute SAFE Action Project, which is designed to elevate awareness and action within the hospitality industry to combat the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
This event will also feature break-out sessions and a panel discussion with local leaders along with a resource center featuring informational booths of local non-profits that provide resources for trafficking victims.
We hope this event will be a time to inspire, encourage, and unite Omaha's service community.