2018 SFCAHT Anti-Human Trafficking Awareness Campaign – Kickoff Press Conference & Modern Day Abolitionist Award Ceremony
January 11, 2018 | San Francisco City Hall
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Coalition to End Human Trafficking & National Council of Jewish Women of San Francisco
The local media and community members joined together on January 11th for the Annual Press Conference of SFCAHT where leading anti-trafficking advocates, service providers, survivors and Bay Area top government and law enforcement officials announced their priorities for the year in fighting modern-day slavery. We kicked off the month long awareness campaign and honored the 2018 Modern-Day Abolitionist Award winners: Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Melissa Saurwein & Homeland Security Investigations Victim Assistance Specialist Nicole Beeson.
Press Conference Speakers Included the San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California Alex G. Tse, U.S. Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent in Charge Ryan Spradlin, Supervising California Deputy Attorney General, Maggy Krell, San Francisco Department on the Status of Women’s Director & Chair of the Mayor’s Task Force Against Human Trafficking Dr. Emily Murase, Deputy Consul General of Mexico Guillermo Reyes, FBI Supervising Special Agent Violent Crimes Against Children Andrew W. Krizaj, Freedom FWD’s Co-Founder JaMel Perkins, Victims’ Rights Attorney and Justice At Last’s Founder Rose Mukhar, and Claire’s House Executive Director Leah Kimble-Price.