Shanna Parker is a national and local Survivor Leader in the Human Trafficking movement. She is the founder and CEO of AngelsGoToWork where she serves hundreds of youth and young adults yearly in local group homes, campuses and the community. She was elected this year as the Public Relations Communications Chair for the National Survivor Network, she is also the Executive Chair of the Arizona Survivor Leadership Council. Shanna works with several law enforcement agencies in various capacities including training, consultation, outreach operations, and victim advocacy. Shanna has trained law enforcement, first responder, and social service professionals nationally and internationally. She developed a Human Trafficking 101 computer-based interactive training module as an employee of the Department of Economic Security for staff education. Her life skills classes are facilitated to at risk youth in local group homes and in 2015, she was honored to receive the H.O.P.E. award for her work with youth girls giving them a Head start, Opportunity, and Positive future through Education. Shanna is a TEDx speaker, she’s been featured in many news articles and has authored her story in book form, And He Called Me Angel, The story of a Human Trafficking Survivor. Her desire is to be a contributing part of the world that puts in the work to eradicate Human Trafficking.