The Pitt County Coalition will hear from Liz Liles, founder of Daughters of Worth, about how she serves victims of human trafficking in Pitt County and surrounding areas at 9:30 a.m., Jan. 20, virtually. (Meeting was originally planned for in-person, but due to the recent COVID cases spike, it has shifted to a virtual platform).
Liles will speak on what her organization is seeing on the ground in the wake of the COVID pandemic and the community gaps in services.
“Liz is a long-time colleague who has worked closely with NC Stop Human Trafficking and a long-time member of the Pitt County Coalition Against Human Trafficking,” said Pam Strickland, facilitator of PCCAHT and founder of NC Stop Human Trafficking.
“We are looking forward to hearing about what victimization looks like from the unique perspective of Daughters of Worth, and how we as a coalition can assist in filling the community gaps that have become apparent since the onset of the pandemic.”
For more information, visit https://pccaht.org/2022-meeting-minutes/
To join the meeting, click https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81564866018