OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM - THE BOARD
The purpose of the BHTC is to impact the response to victims of human trafficking through outreach and advocacy activities, to coordinate informational, educational, and training seminars, and identify resources available. Further, the Coalition will partner with the general public, those who serve it and all community partners; to raise awareness of the issues relating to the foreign and domestic trafficking of men, women, and children. The BHTC is in and of itself a clearinghouse, advocacy and networking forum and is not a provider of direct services.
Nelson is BHTC's Treasurer.
Reuben is BHTC's Community Communications Specialist.
Jumorrow is President of the Coalition.
The mission of the BHTC is to raise awareness about Human Trafficking. The Coalition serves as an information, education, and networking resource for organizations as well as the community.
The Broward Human Trafficking Coalition (BHTC) is a Coalition of individuals from the general public, those who serve it, and all community partners, in Southeast Florida who are individually and collectively committed to working to improve assistance for persons affected by the crime of human trafficking.
is BHTC's Secretary .
Tabitha is BHTC's Vice President of Events and Fundraising.
WHO WE ARE
There is no membership fee to join BHTC, only a common interest. The BHTC membership is comprised of persons who have come together to further the BHTC mission. Any person who wishes to become part of the BHTC should complete a membership application with necessary contact information. As this is a working forum, members will be expected to attend regularly scheduled quarterly meetings. Further, all members will form subcommittees corresponding to their area of expertise and profession. Chairpersons for each subcommittee will be elected by consensus to lead and report on any activities planned throughout the calendar year. Each member makes a commitment to be active and contribute to the Coalition through participation in scheduled events, and to represent the BHTC when collaborating with other community agencies or organizations.