The Families Against Sex Trafficking Team

Comprised of Advocates, Survivors, Mentors, and Volunteers we're here for you!
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D’Lita J. Miller

Founder, Executive Director

D’Lita has combined over 20 years of human trafficking expertise into a collective organization known as Families Against Sex Trafficking. She has made it her mission in to empower those bounded by sexual exploitation, by exemplifying resilience, leadership, and the ability to assist others. D’Lita is a survivor of child and adult sexual exploitation, and has the horrific experience of  being a parent of a teenage victim of sex trafficking.  Education was a critical element to empowering Ms. Miller to become the leader she is today.  D’Lita majored in Administration of Justice, which now helps her in working with victims and law enforcement.   She has worked with several major organizations throughout Southern California and is co-author of an intervention curriculum for survivors and families. Ms. Miller is a subject matter expert that has trained thousands of community members, law enforcement officers, attorneys, families and social service agencies.

Rachel Huguet

Board Chair

Rachel currently works at the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation where her portfolio includes two major program areas: avoidable blindness, with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa, and disaster risk and recovery. She also sits on the Leadership Committee for the LA+Acumen Impact Circle, where she creates unique experiences for members to learn more about the impact investing and social impact sectors. Prior to joining the Hilton Foundation, Huguet worked on water, sanitation, and hygiene issues as a Program Coordinator at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. She has also spent time as a consultant for the National Park Service, a Program Associate focused on social innovation at Mercy Corps, and a Rural Community Development Volunteer for the Peace Corps, Costa Rica. Huguet holds a master’s degree in Public Policy from the Sol Price School of Public Policy at University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the George Washington University.

 

 

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Survivor Mentors

With Access to Survivor Leaders across the United States, F.A.S.T. is able to provide victims in need with Survivor Mentor support. It is through our partnerships that we create a platform of empowerment for survivors of sexual exploitation.

Family Advocacy

Our Family Partner’s aim to identify the indicators of sexual exploitation and assist families in understanding the process of victimization. Partner’s will help to expose the force, fraud, and coercion involved in sexual exploitation while assisting in building a platform for providing care and support.

Online Groups

We’ve created an atmosphere online where families are provided support and education on a multitude of subjects involving sexual exploitation. It is our hope that through these online groups we are able to provide answers and resources.

Support Services

As the battle against sex-trafficking and sexual exploitation continues, we continue to network and build partners so that we can provide the supportive services necessary for survivors of sexual exploitation.

Get In Touch.

If you are interested in working together, send us an inquiry and we will get back to you as soon as we can!