SEX TRAFFICKING PREVENTION
Focuses on creating generational change by addressing the root causes of exploitation while providing support and healing for those affected by trauma.
Savannah Sanders founder of Sex Trafficking Prevention is an active member of a large network of human trafficking survivor advocates. Sanders shares her compelling story of abuse and recovery as a source of inspiration and motivation for audiences across the United States, providing testimony on Emmy-nominated television news segments, in sex trade documentaries, at local events, and on talk radio.
Additionally, Sanders has worked as a Program Fellow of Intervention, Recovery and Empowerment services for TRUST, a grant-funded project that coordinates anti-trafficking efforts in Arizona. Sanders is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Social Work and Social and Cultural Pedagogy at Arizona State University. She earned her undergraduate degree from ASU with a Major in Social Work and Minor in Women and Gender Studies in 2014. She is the author of Sex Trafficking Prevention: A Trauma-Informed Approach for Parents and Professionals (Unhooked Books, 2015).
One on one and group coaching for families and individuals.
Savannah shares her compelling story of abuse and recovery as a source of inspiration and motivation for audiences across the United States
Consulting for program and curriculum development, integration of trauma-informed care and trafficking services.
Training avaiable online and in person, centered around trafficking and abuse prevention. As well integrated services.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
"She communicates in a dynamic manner that moves the heart and mind of the participants who are blessed enough to hear her."
"My students responded well and benefited significantly from her presentation. Savannah shares in a sensitive way that evidences her wisdom and passionate love for others."
"It is because of her excellence, our latest story has been nominated for an Emmy Award."