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Innovative Ways the Private Sector is Tackling the Scourge of Human Trafficking



Attendance will be limited for this function, so your prompt RSVP is very much appreciated.

Faith & Law will host a lunch seminar "Innovative Ways the Private Sector is Tackling the Scourge of Human Trafficking" on February 9th from Noon to 1pm (location TBD in Capitol). Three leading companies in the private sector will discuss innovative approaches and partnerships, providing congressional staff with information and stories on how market-based and civic society solutions can contribute to government efforts to combat slavery.

  • Vip Vipperman and Wes Lyons of Eagle Venture Funds will discuss how their Eagle Freedom Fund invests in profitable businesses directly tackling human trafficking. They will highlight many profitable opportunities to reduce and expose forced labor as well as the integration of partnerships between businesses and civic nonprofits to further the mission together.
  • David Nicollini, founder of one of Eagle's portfolio companies, will discuss how Evidencity is combating human trafficking through supply chain transparency in over 100 countries.
  • Gavin Robyn with Next Door Photos will share how realtors across the country are partnering to provide high quality jobs in digital editing to formerly trafficked individuals.

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