Tulsa woman chosen to be a part of the Trump Administration Advisory Council against sex trafficking

Tulsa woman chosen to be a part of the Trump Administration Advisory Council against sex trafficking

TULSA, Okla. — QUICK FACTS:

  • The Co-Founder and CEO of The Demand Project, Kristin Weis, learned she's been chosen to serve on the Trump Administration's Advisory Council to End Human Trafficking.
  • Senator Lankford and Congressman Mullin nominated her.
  • The Demand Project is a local non-profit that works to help victims of human trafficking.
  • She says she'll be able to help the Administration understand what kind of legislation works, and what doesn't.
  • Only nine people nationwide were selected.

The Co-Founder and CEO of The Demand Project, Kristin Weis, learned she's been chosen to serve on the Trump Administration's Advisory Council to End Human Trafficking.
Senator Lankford and Congressman Mullin nominated her. Only nine people nationwide were selected.
Kristin Weis will get to know what her official duties will be, within the next few weeks.
The Demand Project is a local non-profit that works to help victims of human trafficking.
Kristin says she's happy to see people who have experience working in the trenches being selected.
She says they have a perspective that the most well-meaning legislators don't have unless they've worked with victims.
She says she'll be able to help the Administration understand what kind of legislation works, and what doesn't. She also hopes their new national visibility will help them take their organization to the next level, with the opening of Mount Arukah.
FOX23 has told you about the 56 acre, eight home campus with the sole purpose of restoring victims of human trafficking.
The campus just needs a little more work before it can be opened. They're hoping to have it opened by the end of the year.

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