Senator Dush’s Series of Interviews on Human Trafficking – Jordan Pine

As you may know, January is the month where we focus on International Human Trafficking Awareness, and January 11th is selected for International Human Trafficking Awareness Day.  Senator Cris Dush works with many international and state renown organizations that have been fighting Human Trafficking for years.  His recently enacted legislation, Pennsylvania Act 39, depicts his desire to improve victim support and provide the legislation necessary for law enforcement and social services to better assist those who have been trafficked.  Furthermore, Senator Dush’s background in law enforcement has allowed him to effectively fight those who are responsible for trafficking innocent children throughout the years.  Act 39, signed into law by Governor Shapiro in December 2023,  allows victims to now receive social services without having to identify (for whatever reason) their traffickers, protecting victims and helping them to receive assistance and move away from this deadly environment.

In recognition of this important month, Senator Dush will be presenting short synopses of interviews he recently completed with not only victims of Human Trafficking, but also benchmark organizations that are currently fighting Human Trafficking in Pennsylvania and around the world.

Below is his schedule of interviews for January 2024:

Interview Schedule

Today, Senator Dush will be interviewing:

Jordan Pine

Founder, President and CEO Greenlight Operation

Jordan Pine is the Founder and CEO of Greenlight Operation. She received her B.A. in Politics with a minor in Criminal Justice from Messiah University and holds years of experience in the anti-human trafficking movement, nonprofit leadership, business management, and interagency collaboration. Jordan is a leading voice in Pennsylvania on the issue of human trafficking, having educated thousands about this criminal industry. Her passion to see freedom for all is stronger than ever.  We desire to see a world where human trafficking is disrupted and survivors are restored, while our mission is to strategically combat human trafficking through educational initiatives and serve sex trafficked women through a continuum of restorative care.

For more information, the complete interviews can be viewed here.

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