Social Work Grad Shares Story of Survival as Advocate for Victims of Sex Trafficking

Savannah Sanders was 16 when she began her battle with drug addiction and homelessness. Trafficked into the sex trade from a massage parlor in Mesa, Ariz., Sanders fought back, and nearly two years later, began her mission to provide resources to victims of sex trafficking and childhood abuse. 

To make this happen, she earned her GED in 2010 and applied a full scholarship toward her studies at Mesa Community College. 

Social work grad shares story of survival as advocate for victims of sex trafficking _ ASU News.pdf

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Publication Date: 
Tuesday, May 13, 2014