independent speaker and consultant on issues related to human trafficking
Minh Dang is currently an independent speaker, trainer, and consultant on issues related to child abuse and human trafficking. She provides training and technical assistance to service providers and government officials on human trafficking prevention and treatment Minh is a staunch advocate for survivors of child abuse and human trafficking and is developing strategies to support education, training, and leadership development for survivors.
Most recently, Minh was the Executive Director for Don’t Sell Bodies, an anti-human trafficking initiative founded by Jada Pinkett Smith. Minh is a San Francisco Bay Area native and is currently finishing her Masters in Social Welfare at UC Berkeley. She is passionate about promoting the integration of individual and community healing. A true “love warrior,” as her friend calls her, Minh has traveled extensively telling her harrowing story of survival from child abuse and sex slavery in the United States.
She has served on the Board of Directors for Youth Engagement Advocacy Housing (YEAH) and The Norma J. Morris Center for Healing. Minh also co-led weekly Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (ASCA) support groups for six years. In May 2013, Minh was one of fifteen Asian American/Pacific Islander women recognized at the White House as a Champion of Change for her efforts to end human trafficking.. Follow her blog at http://minhspeakstruth.tumblr.com or on twitter @minhspeakstruth.