Introducing The Network: A Comprehensive Directory for the Human Trafficking Movement

As a dedicated professional in the human trafficking movement, I faced numerous challenges in collecting and organizing the wealth of information surrounding the work of my fellow survivors, advocates, allies, stakeholders, and businesses supporting victims and survivors. What I longed for, and realized others needed too, was a convenient and accessible space that offered a comprehensive directory of individuals and organizations involved in the global fight against human trafficking.

And so, I created The Network!

The Network is an ever-expanding directory encompassing a diverse array of individuals, businesses, and agencies engaged in the battle against human trafficking. Joining The Network is simple; just complete a quick form to be part of this community, whether as an individual or on behalf of your business.

If you've reached this point, chances are, you belong here.

What to Expect from The Network

The Network is an interactive and collaborative platform designed to foster meaningful connections. It is what you make of it! This space encourages you to connect with peers, gain insight into the incredible work being done by others, show support for their endeavors, explore potential collaborations, share and attend events, and even facilitate connections with individuals from The Network within your own sphere of influence. Additionally, The Network places a strong emphasis on supporting survivor-owned businesses.

Who Should Join The Network

The Network is open to a broad range of individuals and entities committed to combating human trafficking, including:

This space is entirely volunteer-run, with a primary focus on serving your needs. We want The Network to work for you. If you have any questions, comments, ideas, or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at We value your input and strive to continually improve and refine this platform for the greater good.

Join The Network today, and together, let's make a difference in the fight against human trafficking.