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January 8 – 8:30 am to 11:00 am

Camillus House – Bank of America Community Room
1603 NW 7th Ave, 3rd Floor, Miami, FL 33136
Once you enter the property proceed to the parking garage and park on level 3.  Then go down the steps to the Bank of America Community Room, also on the 3rd floor, on your left hand side.

Join us on January 8, to discuss issues and potential solutions associated with human trafficking, as we continue to develop the Stop Sex Trafficking campaign in partnership with the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee and the Office of Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle.

Leading up to and beyond the February 2020 Super Bowl in Miami, this united and determined effort will engage stakeholders from throughout the local and national community, including the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office and its Miami-Dade Human Trafficking Task Force, the Attorney General of Florida, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida, the Federal South Florida Human Trafficking Task Force, Homeland Security Investigations, the FBI, over 300 local participating local community organizations, and stakeholders from throughout local, state, and federal agencies, and throughout the national anti-trafficking community.


The Impact Collaborative will bring together an expert panel to highlight key issues and opportunities for “breakthrough change,” to enable participants to identify key issues and generate collaborative solutions related to human trafficking.

Identification of agreed current critical issues and collaborative “breakthrough” solutions that will be progressed through ongoing working groups and “Take Action” impact initiatives. The Women’s Fund Miami-Dade will act as an ongoing convener and catalyst to ensure the identified “breakthrough” solutions are collaboratively progressed to generate impact and create change.

Who Should Attend:
-Non-profit organizations and providers serving women and girls in areas associated with human trafficking.
-Community leaders seeking to address human trafficking.
-Members of the community seeking to create change for women and girls affected by human trafficking.

Light pastries and coffee will be served.