2018 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit
April 4-7, 2018. Washington, DC.
While the problem of sexual exploitation is as immense as ever, opportunities to take new ground abound. Now, more than ever, the burgeoning movement to end sexual exploitation needs to be energized, equipped, encouraged and inspired. Your experience and leadership are vital to harnessing that energy, equipping emerging leaders, and inspiring the next generation to dream of a world free from sexual exploitation. Please join us for the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit April 4-7, 2018 and share your voice and vision with others.
Learn more about the 2018 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit here.
Two years ago, I spoke at a press conference on the sexual objectification of girls through mainstream mediums like Cosmopolitan Magazine. I returned to the office high on adrenaline from a successful and well-covered event and then got two calls that changed my perspective greatly. THE PHONE CALLS The first was a young man in […]
Too often people feel like they cannot make a difference. The reasons are endless: you don’t have extra money, you live far away, you don’t have the ability to work on these issues full-time, etc. But the National Center on Sexual Exploitation is here to equip and empower you wherever you’re at. Make sure to […]
Child-on-child sexual abuse is a rising problem in America, and around the world. While most families and communities want to push it under the rug, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation is bringing this issue to light and addressing the realities of this disturbing form of sexual abuse. This presentation will address the root factors […]
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I have a sign in my office that says simply: “Communicate results.” It’s meant to remind me to tell our supporters the good things we are accomplishing. Yet, things have been happening so fast this year that I find it difficult to honor that command. So, here is a quick update on this last week: […]