Theresa Flores LSW, MSeD is a Human Trafficking Survivor, Victims Advocate and the Director of Education & Training for Gracehaven House
She was appointed to the Ohio Attorney General's Commission on the Study of Human Trafficking in 2009 and her efforts were a major part of the success of SB235 being passed into law by Governor Strickland on Dec. 23rd, 2010.
She is a much sought after international speaker and lectures on many aspects of Human Trafficking from both a personal perspective as well as a professional expert. Ms. Flores is featured by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and her story has been seen on "The Today Show", MSNBC: "Sex Slaves, The Teen Trade" and on Discovery Channel's "Kidnap and Rescue". The audio version of her latest book has also been recently nominated for The 2011 Audie Award, being in the top 5 of all memoirs and biographies.