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Regina manages economic empowerment, education and compassionate care services for girl survivors of trafficking. She leads support group workshops on topics ranging from safe sex to healthy relationships. Regina has previously coordinated adolescent sexual and reproductive health and HIV prevention intervention efforts among high-risk groups of girls exploited through commercial sex work.
Aldrine Nakyanzi teaches weekly "paper pearl" jewelry making and leads life skills and counseling workshops for teen girls survivors in Ugandan JewelGirls. She is a survivor and uses her personal experiences to introduce girls to JewelGirls and to help them cope with their past and empower their futures. Aldrine was one of the first 20 girls who joined FAIR Girl's JewelGirls program in 2009.
For the past 8 years, Andrea has led FAIR Girls' efforts to prevent the trafficking of girls in the United States and in Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Russia, and Uganda. She oversees all operational, programmatic, and developmental aspects of FAIR Girls. Andrea has trained hundreds of first responders to identify and assist victims of trafficking worldwide.
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