Human Trafficking Task Force meetings are:
speaker will be
2nd Tuesday of each month
First United Methodist Church
420 N. Nevada
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Use Boulder St. Entrance.
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
As an American survivor of human trafficking Jenni Jessen, knows the depths
of trauma a body can endure but she also knows the great lengths Jesus will
go to redeem those held in captivity. She was sold into the sex trade at age
four but God provided for her rescue and escape at age 17. Now Jenni puts the
love of Christ into practice by empowering other survivors to be catalyst for
change and training national leaders to prevent human trafficking through
Jenni Jessen and her husband, KJ, are creators of Priceless Cube. Since 2013,
they have equipped more than 2,500 leaders from 40 different countries to
effectively combat human trafficking through education. To date, tens of
thousands of people globally have heard this high-impact prevention message.
KJ and Jenni are also founders and directors of Compass 31. A ministry that
provides a holistic model of restoration that includes safe housing, education
scholarships and daycare for young women who have been rescued from
exploitation. More information on their work can be found at
This free event begins with an informative HT 101 at 8 a.m., followed at
9 a.m. by symposium speakers. Park in any Colorado College lot for free
(parking permits are not required on Saturday.) Free lunch will be provided.
Visit our vendors for great products and information.
October 26, 2019 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Kathryn Mohrman Theater in Armstrong Hall
14 E Cache La Poudre St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Organizations and individuals will present the One Thing they do and the
One Thing you can do to help. Hear from survivor and Executive Director of
the National Human Trafficking Survivor Coalition Kelly Dore, Free our Girls
founder and Executive Director Megan Lundstrom, Logos Wilderness Therapy
Clinical Director & Co-Founder Chelsea Van Essen, and Boulder County Senior
Deputy District Attorney Christian Gardner, who will address labor
trafficking in Colorado, among others. There will be ample time for questions
and answers and active engagement.
One Thing you can do to engage the anti-trafficking efforts is to attend the
12th Annual Human Trafficking Symposium. Find out what you can bring to the
The Task Force hosts this awareness event annually as a way to fulfill our
mission to bring awareness and action to our community The symposium brings
together expert speakers to educate and engage our community on various
challenging topics in the anti-trafficking movement.
Over and over participants share how important the symposium is to
understanding human trafficking in our backyard and plugging into the
abolitionist movement. Come join us!
Human Trafficking Awareness
In the News!
Our meetings are open to organizations
and individuals who are interested in
stopping Modern Day Slavery, especially
in our community. We are a 501 C 3 organization as recognized by the IRS.
Julee Bellar, Chairman
Human Trafficking Task Force of Southern Colorado