By: MOLLY WICKER Institute Founding Director and CEO Victor Boutros was featured in the October issue of Baylor University’s alumni magazine. Victor graduated from Baylor in 1998, where he studied philosophy. He also attended Harvard, Oxford and the University of Chicago Law School, from which he earned a juris doctor in 2003. While pursuing a … Continue reading Institute CEO Featured in Baylor Alumni Magazine
By: MOLLY WICKER Victor Boutros, Institute Co-Founder, recently spoke to a group of Baylor students who are studying in Washington, D.C. The students, who are participating in a semester-long program, heard from Boutros about the ways in which his work in the anti-trafficking space helps to engage in the common good. The New Baylor in … Continue reading Boutros speaks to Baylor students in Washington, D.C.
A Tangible Hope Baylor Magazine – Summer 2017 For years, Victor Boutros, BA ’98, battled modern day slavery as a federal prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice, where he investigated and prosecuted international human trafficking, hate crimes and official misconduct cases around the country. His passion for such work began growing while he was … Continue reading Boutros Featured in Baylor Magazine for Anti-Human Trafficking Work
Each year, Baylor University recognizes a graduate age 40 or under who has demonstrated remarkable achievement in the previous year. In 2015, Victor Boutros was named the Young Alumnus of the Year. Boutros holds degrees from Baylor, where he studied philosophy, Harvard, Oxford and University of Chicago Law School, from which he earned a juris … Continue reading Boutros Named 2015 Baylor University Young Alumnus of the Year