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Dottie Laster Speaking on May 12 at Women of Vision Event in Austin, Texas

Women of Vision,Dottie Laster,Human Trafficking

Women of Vision is a volunteer ministry of World Vision, mobilizing and uniting women called to invest their time, intellect, compassion, creativity, and finances so impoverished women and children might find hope and experience a tangible expression of God’s love.

The Austin, Texas Chapter of Women of Vision has cordially invited Dottie Laster of Laster Global Consulting and the Bernardo Kohler Center, to speak at their upcoming meeting:

Saturday, May 12th  10am to 11:30am  at Bethany United Methodist Church, 10010 Anderson Mill Rd. Austin TX 78750.   Room D305.  

The group has been called to the issue of trafficking and has committed to becoming more educated about the issue in Texas.   Wanting a better understand the challenges being faced locally, what is working in this area, what is not, and any opportunities for local service.

Dottie Laster’s list of credentials in the field of human trafficking training and advocacy is extensive. She has been instrumental in creating task forces, coalitions and advocacy groups all across the country. She also works directly with law enforcement in the area of training, as well as rescue and restoration of victims of trafficking, and most recently was called in to consult on the Long Island Serial Killer case.  She has been a consultant, producer, and has appeared in several films and television shows, and has hosted her own internet radio show, Trafficked to further reach the masses with information.

Currently Laster is the Anti-Trafficking Coordinator with the Bernardo Kohler Center as an accredited representative recognized by the Bureau of Immigration Appeals under BKC.

Dottie Laster is available for speaking engagements, media opportunities and intensive training and workshops. Please contact ImaginePublicity for details. (contact@imaginepublicity.com or 843.808.0859)

Download:  Dottie Laster Media Kit

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  1. Pingback: Dottie Laster: Why Do I Do What I Do? The Positive Affects of Human Trafficking Advocacy Training « ImaginePublicity

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