Three Steps to Help Human Trafficking Victims
Ashleigh Chapman is an entrepreneur who has dedicated her career to helping victims of human trafficking. She discusses three steps for healthcare professionals to get involved in this critical issue.
Meet Our Guest
Ashleigh S. Chapman, JD, is a human rights lawyer, social entrepreneur and one of USA Today’s Women of the Year. Ashleigh has spent 20+ years building solutions in education, business, legal, nonprofit, government, healthcare and community sectors—on behalf of the world’s most vulnerable populations. Ashleigh presently serves as the President of AFRJ®, a global humanitarian aid organization that exists to end human trafficking, and as the Founder/CEO of Altus™, a business for good that powers social justice solutions, including Engage Together® (which strengthens community engagement) and Justice U™ (which equips justice advocates). Prior to Altus and the AFRJ, Ashleigh served as: the co-founder and Director of the Center for Global Justice at Regent University School of Law; the Director of a non-profit serving thousands of at-risk youth; a Children’s Pastor; and a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children in foster care. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Juris Doctorate from Regent University School of Law, receiving the faculty’s Most Outstanding Graduate award, and Summa Cum Laude with her B.S. from Tennessee Technological University.
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