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Monthly Meetings
Free and Open to the Public
are held 2nd Tuesday 5:45 pm.  at Reclaiming Hope

615 Wooten Rd. Suite 140
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
Next meeting:
Tuesday, June 11th, 2024

Sarah Ray

The Exodus Road (TER)



Sarah Ray is an accomplished nonprofit leader within the international development, anti-human trafficking, and social entrepreneurship space. Currently in the role of Global Director of Education and Aftercare at The Exodus Road, Sarah holds a Bachelor's degree in Religious & Global Studies from Drury University and is certified in Trauma Informed Approach through Clarke International University. 
With 16 years of experience in the field, Sarah excels as a program designer, curriculum developer, and nonprofit trainer. She has authored impactful curricula used worldwide and played a key role in co-developing an Aftercare program for survivors in Thailand with The Exodus Road.

Sarah is currently pursuing an MSc in Sustainable Development at the University of Sussex. In her current position, she oversees TER’s prevention education and aftercare programs. In the United States, Sarah focuses on implementing nationwide digital safety programs for teens and parents, aiming to prevent exploitation in today's technology-driven world.

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Directions to Reclaiming Hope:

From Academy Blvd., take Platte west. Turn left on Wooten.

From Powers Blvd, take Platte exit east. Turn right on Wooten.

From Wooten, Turn right at the driveway past Edison.

Parking is to the north and west of the building. 



  For video recordings of past meetings, visit our YouTube page.

Check out a recording  of our meeting with the Set me Free Project in January 2024 here

Amanda Finger, Executive Director of the Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking, presented on LCHT's Colorado Project Summary at our March meeting.  Powerpoint available here


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