Advocate and MSW/PhD student at UC Berkeley
Minh Dang is a survivor of sexual trafficking who campaigns tirelessly on behalf of vulnerable children and adults worldwide. She is currently pursuing her Master of Social Work(MSW)/PhD at UC Berkeley and in 2011 she received the chancellor’s Public Service Award. Her story became public in 2009 when MSNBC aired the ground-breaking documentary Sex Slaves in America, just five years after her daring escape. Since then, she has helped to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to prevent human trafficking in the United States and has consulted with organisations on human trafficking prevention, treatment and abolition.