About the Author
Founded in 1997, Captive Daughters is a Los Angeles-based non-profit dedicated to ending sex trafficking. Following a 10-month trip to Nepal in 1995, Executive Director Sandra Hunnicutt and her husband became foster parents to an abandoned girl and guardian for her sister, both girls came from Sindhupalchok, a notorious sex trafficking district in Nepal. Upon returning to the U.S. in 1996, Sandra began researching trafficking and discovered a fragile network of domestic and international groups educating the public on trafficking. The founding of Captive Daughters adds strength to this network, working to ultimately end sex trafficking and the exploitation of women and girls.