Institute CEO Speaks At Dallas Morning News and University of Dallas Event

Victor Boutros, the Institute’s CEO, spoke at a “Confronting Human Trafficking” event hosted by The Dallas Morning News in collaboration with the University of Dallas on Wednesday, February 26. This event aimed to raise awareness of modern slavery while strengthening the University of Dallas’ role in the community. Other speakers included Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and U.S. Attorney Erin Nealy Cox.

“Focus On Us: A Discussion On Sex Trafficking”

The article featured in the University of Dallas’ The University News explains how each speaker brought a different perspective of expertise, discussing the long-term changes in the approach to tackling human trafficking and the reasons behind trafficking, including the economic incentives. Click here to read the complete article and click here to watch the full panel discussion.

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Rebecca served as the Communications Fellow for the Human Trafficking Institute during her year as a Falls Church Fellow, a leadership program for recent college graduates with a special emphasis on faith and vocation. She graduated with honors and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Upon graduating from Michigan, she worked for Young Life, building community among college students. Rebecca is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and currently lives in Northern Virginia.

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Rebecca served as the Communications Fellow for the Human Trafficking Institute during her year as a Falls Church Fellow, a leadership program for recent college graduates with a special emphasis on faith and vocation. She graduated with honors and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Upon graduating from Michigan, she worked for Young Life, building community among college students. Rebecca is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and currently lives in Northern Virginia.