Where does modern-day slavery exist? What allows one person to “own” and control another? How do we recognize it and more importantly, how do we stop it?
This week’s Salons at Stowe featured guests:
Co-State Director, “Not For
” Campaign Sale
Karen became aware of “Not For Sale” when she visited her daughter in
and was shocked at what she saw and the stories she heard. Deciding that something needed to be done, Karen began a ‘Freedom Store’ in her clothing boutique which allows her to talk about “Not For Sale” and give a voice to the voiceless. In 2009, she attending the Global Forum and became passionate to learn and teach others about how they can be a resource to end slavery in our time. Peru
Victim Specialist, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Ms. Liner is responsible for direct services and on-going support to all federal crime victims identified in FBI investigations in
with priority to crimes against children, violent crimes, and civil rights matters. Ms. Liner serves on the FBI Human Trafficking Working Group, the Innocence Lost National Initiative, federal task force, and a local coalition to represent and support federal law enforcement in their ongoing efforts to investigate, combat and prevent Trafficking in Persons (TIP). She has provided training on the global and individual effects of TIP to a variety of local, national and international groups and organizations. Connecticut
Steve is currently a Director of Engineering for a privately owned manufacturer. During his career he has learned many strategies for creating training materials and training diverse groups of employees. Steve hopes to use these talents to the best of his abilities to further the message of “Not For Sale” in his community and in his state working along side Co-State Director Karen Herbert. Long term Steve would like to find a second career working at fair trade and supply chain compliance.