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Sharon Ngai: Founder

As our Executive Director, Sharon has been fighting sex slavery since 2007. Speaking at conferences and workshops from college campuses and the United Nations, her passion to end human trafficking and raise up a generation of Justice Champions has had immeasurable impact. A University of Southern California and Fuller Seminary graduate, Sharon and her husband, Jonathan Ngai, also founded Radiance International Hollywood House of Prayer where they are impacting an emerging generation of artists.

 


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Jaimie Mijin

A social entrepreneur who desires to use her creative platform to inspire others. Jaimie has been fighting sex trafficking since her first mission trip to Thailand in 2010, where she worked closely with orphans and at risk youth. She is also the founder of a clothing company called LIV x JAW with a mission to use fashion as a voice for justice! Jaimie graduated from UCSD with a degree in International Studies and Development and since then, has traveled the world connecting with many different organizations. She is honored to be on the Justice Speaks team as the creative director!


Dominique Calvillo

Dominique Calvillo is a Los Angeles Native with a passion to encourage and empower people from every walk of life to use their God given talents. She grew up singing in a trio with her two sisters called "Calvillo" and has a desire to use her music as a platform to effect change in human trafficking. She has traveled all over Asia with various organizations teaching life skills to women who have been effected by trafficking. She now hopes to bring awareness of trafficking in LA by fostering a community of artists who celebrate their artistic freedom while speaking for those who have had their freedom taken.


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Cindy Ellison:

Cindy is motivated to bring awareness to college campuses on the fight against human trafficking. She is a currently studying Intercultural Studies at Vanguard University of Southern California. Not only is her passion to bring restoration to the oppressed, but to bring prevention for those at risk of sexual exploitation. Since becoming a part of Justice Speaks, Cindy has come alongside to help in local outreaches in Los Angeles and has joined the team twice to Thailand. Cindy's desire is not only to see the end of human trafficking, but to one day create an environment where the victims of sexual exploitation can come and feel safe to share their stories and receive healing.