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November 2019 Networking Luncheon
November 20, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
THE SURPRISING TRUTHS ABOUT HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Speaker: Jeanne Allert from The Samaritan Woman
What would cause a woman to sell her lucrative company and use her savings to purchase and finance the renovation of a 23-acre abandoned estate in Baltimore City to establish the first residential care program for human trafficking survivors in the DC-MD-VA area? Come hear Jeanne Allert tell the story of how her life was changed forever by a victim of human trafficking, and how she has spent the last 12 years caring for survivors.
In 2007 Jeanne founded and currently directs The Samaritan Women, a national faith-based organization providing restorative care to survivors of domestic sex trafficking. In 2018 The Samaritan Women announced the formation of the Institute for Shelter Care, which serves as a research, training and equipping entity to help establish new shelter programs, stabilize and improve current programs, and facilitate qualified research to advance national standards of care and best practices. In 2018 she was awarded a Silver Stevie Award for the “Most Innovative Woman in Nonprofits.”
The Terrace Room
2700 Turf Valley Road, Ellicott City, Maryland 21042
*** Entrance to the Terrance Room is to the left of the main entrance to the hotel. It is covered with a green awning. ***
Members: Early Bird – $35 by noon FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, $50 thereafter.
Introduce a friend to BWN: Bring a guest at your member rate!
Contact Turf Valley Resort directly (410 465 1500) if you have food allergies or special dietary needs. For more information, please contact Doris Walsh, Director of Membership.
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One of the unique features of BWN is that we are ACTIVE supporters of our Howard County community. Not only do our members support each other as women in the business world, but we also harness the collective power of our membership to support the vital service work of various local organizations.
BWN’s November non-profit is TBD.