April 12, 2024

Press Release: Reset180 Recruits Esther Daniel as Executive Director

Nonprofit veteran Esther Daniel Joins the Executive Team

Reston, VA: On Wednesday, April 3, Esther Daniel joined Reset180 as its Executive Director, bringing to bear her 20+ years of management experience in the nonprofit’s fight to end human trafficking.

Daniel joins from International Justice Mission (IJM), where she acted as Global Director of Strategy and Execution for the last 3 of her 17 years there. She brings her anti-trafficking operation skills and her ability to spread awareness, protect victims, and rehabilitate survivors, where she will help uphold the organizations’ three pillars: Prevent, Disrupt, and Restore.

Additionally, Reset180 is confident that Daniel will lead the organization to have a greater community impact because of her nonprofit organization experience, which includes:
•Publishing over 500 articles through digital and print mediums.
•Training 40+ local NGOs, thus increasing NGO-referred cases by 38%.
•Partnering with South Asian governments and law enforcement to rescue 3k children and adults from labor trafficking over the course of 170+ rescue operations.
•Giving trauma-informed aftercare to 10k+ survivors.
•Collaborating with Indian law enforcement and government officials to develop anti-trafficking initiatives.

“I’m incredibly honored to join Reset180, an organization that has already transformed the lives of over 250 survivors through its impactful work. Together, we’ll build on this strong foundation, scale our impact, and continue to bring hope and healing to our communities,” Daniel said.

“We’re excited to have Esther Daniel lead Reset180 in our work to prevent, disrupt, and restore. With her years of experience fighting human trafficking and her servant heart, we know she will scale Reset180’s mission!” said Sherri Cooper, Reset180 Chairwoman.

Reset180 is a nonprofit that has been partnering with the Northern Virginia community since 2014. Their mission is to prevent human trafficking, disrupt the related networks, and restore the lives of those impacted.


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February 1, 2022

Press Release: ​​New data reveals increase in Trafficking Victims in Northern Virginia Region

 Human trafficking victims have increased by 468.3% since January 2021

RESTON, Va., Feb. 1, 2022. New data reveals that victims of human trafficking have increased dramatically in the Northern Virginia region this past year.  In January 2021, 650 individuals were being sold online in a 50-mile radius from Reston, Va. In October 2021, that number had risen to 3,694 individuals. 

 Freedom Signal pulled data from the past years in 2019 through 2021. In 2019, there were 19,873 individuals listed online for sexual services in a 50-mile radius of Reston, Va. In 2020, that number rose to 92,883 and in 2021 the number rose to 121,783 individuals listed online for sale for sexual services. 

“These numbers are shocking and paint a picture of the ongoing need to provide outreach and restorative services to survivors,” said Kay Duffield, Executive Director of Reset180. “Reset180 continues to serve the Northern Virginia community through preventing and disrupting local human trafficking while restoring lives. We continue to need financial partners and volunteers to help us continue the important and life-changing work that we do.” 

January was National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and as it comes to an end, Reset180 urges the community to continue raising awareness around this local, national and global issue. Reset180 exists to prevent and disrupt local human trafficking while restoring lives. 

Reset180 has a trained Speakers Bureau that presents on Human Trafficking 101 at local events who educate on what local human trafficking looks like and how they can identify red flags of someone being trafficked. They have a core team of service providers and volunteers that provide and support survivors who break free of human trafficking. 

Reset180 plans to build a shelter for survivors of human trafficking in 2022 – 2023 as safe shelter is the number one need of trafficked survivors locally and across the nation. Go to Reset180.com today to learn more, request a speaker to spread awareness in your community today, or partner with us to serve and support local human trafficking survivors.

Contact: ExecutiveDirector@reset180.com  

SOURCE Freedom Signal

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