“We’ve brought together a multi-disciplinary team to combat a complex crime which has a profound impact upon its victims.
Our highly experienced staff are bringing expert care and innovative strategies to their work with victims, partner organisations, law enforcement and government. I’m incredibly proud of the work they do each day.”
Elaine Jones International Operations Director
Neil Wain International Programme Director
Tim Nelson International Development Director
Neil Cossey Chief Financial Officer
Donovan Palmer Chief Strategy Officer
Craig Prest Director of Digital & Communications
Steve Thomas Director of Finance & Administration
Patrick Proctor Head of Programme Operations
Tim Ogdon Head of Partnerships Operations
Adam Hewitt Head of Digital & Communications
Alan Charlesworth Head of Operations & Risk
Marc Stanton Slave-Free Alliance Director
Lynn Kay Australia Director
Maggie Crewes Cambodia Director
David Wald Ethiopia Director
Sondre Høysæter Norway Director
Florence Soyekwo Uganda Director
Richard Schoeberl US Investigations Team Leader
Peter Elson (Chairman)
Allan Gibson Natalie Grant Chris Almond
‘Foluke Ajayi Gareth Henderson Robert Camp
Talita Bentley Stephen Illingworth Mike Brock
Bronce Rodgers Tory Sherman
“For me it did start by going across the world but now it’s turned into realizing that it’s just about going across the street. There is need all around us.”
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, US, Abolition International worked to bring an end to sex trafficking and exploitation through education, empowerment, and quality restorative care.
Hope for Justice (UK)
Based in Manchester, UK, Hope for Justice (UK) worked to rescue and assist victims of modern-day slavery, supporting the prosecution of traffickers and campaigning to protect victims.
Based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Transitions Global worked to restore the lives of young girls rescued from sex trafficking in Cambodia, through the power of a dream.
Retrak worked primarily in Africa and other countries around the world to ensure that no child is forced to live on the street, through outreach, transitional support and reintegration into family-based care.