The Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force will host the Alabama Human Trafficking Summit on Friday, Jan. 30 from 9 a.m. until 4:45 p.m. at First Baptist Church Montgomery, 305 S. Perry St.
The following presenters and speakers are confirmed:
Linda Smith – Founder & President, Shared Hope International
Luther Strange –Attorney General, State of Alabama
Jack Williams – State Representative and Chair, Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force
Tajuan McCarty – Founder, The Wellhouse
Rachel Ross – Acting Deputy Director, U.S. Human Smuggling and Trafficking Center
Pat McCay – Chair, Huntsville/Madison County Human Trafficking Task Force
Barry Matson – Deputy Director, Alabama District Attorney’s Association
Daniel Fortune – Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice
Teresa Collier – Intelligence Analyst, Alabama Fusion Center
The daylong event is open to the public. The registration fee is $50 per person and includes: continental breakfast, lunch, and program materials. CLE, CEU, and APOST credits are applied for.
Friday, Jan. 23 is the deadline to register for the Summit. Online payment and printable registration forms are available at www.enditalabama.org.
Sponsorships are available for the Summit. Please direct inquiries to Fundraising Chair David Pinkleton at 256-714-1142 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
House Joint Resolution 270 established the Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force in April 2014. The Task Force meets once a quarter at the Alabama State House.
For more information about the Alabama Human Trafficking Task Force or the Alabama Human Trafficking Summit please visit www.enditalabama.org.
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