Sedona AZ (February 16, 2017) – The University Women of Sedona will hold their monthly meeting Monday, March 6 at Christ Lutheran Church, 25 Chapel Road, Sedona. The featured speaker will be Savannah Sanders, Director of Community Outreach and Human Trafficking Services at the Sojourner Center, Phoenix.
Ms Sanders is a leading advocate in the effort to stop human trafficking in the United States. She has been involved in anti-trafficking training on the national level since 2010. A survivor herself, Ms Sanders is an active victim’s advocate. She is the author of “Sex-Trafficking Prevention: A Trauma-Informed Approach for Parents and Professionals”. Ms Sanders is a founding member of Well Founded hope, an Arizona nonprofit that helps to restore the life of traumatized young women who have been sex-trafficked.
All women who are graduates of a college or university are invited to join University Women. The meetings are held the first Monday of the month, October through June. They begin at 9:30 allowing time to socialize and share books before the special presentation and brief business meeting.
The University Women of Sedona provide scholarships to deserving women returning to school. They also strive to increase their knowledge of a variety of timely topics via featured speakers and informative social events.