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We are looking for a Training Specialist and Board Members to join our expanding team! See the individual job posting for instructions on how to apply.

Current Members

Freedom Network USA is the largest and most comprehensive national coalition serving human trafficking survivors in the United States. Members are leading advocates in the anti-trafficking movement who come together to influence federal and state policy, provide training and technical assistance, and support each other in navigating complex systems. Their collective expertise creates a strong and unified voice that is informed by the survivors they serve on the ground every day.

Alabama - 0
Alaska - 0
Arizona - 1
Arkansas - 0
California - 1
Colorado - 1
Connecticut - 1
Delaware - 0
Florida - 1
Georgia - 1
Hawaii - 0
Idaho - 0
Illinois - 1
Indiana - 0
Iowa - 1
Kansas - 0
Kentucky - 0
Louisiana - 1
Maine - 1
Maryland - 1
Massachusetts - 1
Michigan - 1
Minnesota - 1
Mississippi - 0
Missouri - 1
Montana - 0
Nebraska - 0
Nevada - 0
New Hampshire - 0
New Jersey - 1
New Mexico - 0
New York - 1
North Carolina - 1
North Carolina - 0
North Dakota - 0
Ohio - 1
Oklahoma - 0
Oregon - 0
Pennsylvania - 0
Rhode Island - 0
South Carolina - 0
South Dakota - 0
Tennessee - 0
Texas - 1
Utah - 1
Vermont - 1
Virginia - 1
Washington - 1
Washington, D.C. - 1
West Virginia - 0
Wisconsin - 1
Wyoming - 0


International Rescue Committee Phoenix


Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach

Cindy Liou, Individual Member

Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking

Deborah Pembrook, Individual Member

Elisabet Medina, Individual Member

International Rescue Committee Northern California

Justice at Last

Legal Aid At Work

Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles

Opening Doors, Inc.

Rafael Bautista, Individual Member

Ruby’s Place

Susie Baldwin, Individual Member

The Katharine and George Alexander Law Center



Caleb Stewart, Individual Member

Patricia Medige, Individual Member


Connecticut Institute for Refugees and Immigrants


Americans for Immigrant Justice

Coalition of Immokalee Workers

Gulfcoast Legal Services

International Rescue Committee

The Lifeboat Project

VIDA Legal Assistance


Dan Werner, Individual Member

Southern Poverty Law Center Immigrant Justice Project

Tapestri Inc.


Heartland Human Care Services

International Organization for Adolescents (IOFA)

Legal Aid Chicago, Individual Member

Metropolitan Family Services

National Immigrant Justice Center

Rachel Ostergaard, Individual Member


Julissa Ponce, Individual Member


Laura Murphy, Individual Member

Leanne McCallum, Individual Member

Southern Poverty Law Center Immigrant Justice Project


Preble Street



Hope Works

Jessica Emerson, Individual Member

UMD Safe Center


Hanni Stoklosa, Individual Member


YWCA Kalamazoo


International Institute of Minnesota


International Institute of St. Louis

New Jersey

Volunteer Lawyers for Justice

New York

City Bar Justice Center, Immigrant Women and Children Project

Florrie Burke, Individual Member

International Institute of Buffalo

International Organization for Adolescents

International Rescue Committee Headquarters

Kate Mogulescu, Individual Member

Kristin Heffernan, Individual Member

Legal Aid Society of NYC

My Sisters’ Place

Safe Horizon ATP

Sex Workers Project, Urban Justice Center


Worker Justice Center of New York

North Carolina

Carson Osberg, Individual Member

Chris Croft Ash, Individual Member

Justice Matters


Advocating Opportunity


American Gateways

Baylor College of Medicine

Ingrid Guerrero Rodriguez, Individual Member

Mosaic Family Services

Yuririra Guerrero Rodriguez, Individual Member


Annie Fukushima, Individual Member


Give Way to Freedom




API Chaya

International Rescue Committee WARN

Washington, D.C.


Evelyn Chumbow, Individual Member

Fainess Lipenga, Individual Member

Human Trafficking Legal Center 

Janie Chuang, Individual Member

Susan French, Individual Member


Legal Action of Wisconsin

Membership Application

We accept applications for Associate Membership from July 1st – September 1st annually. Organizations and individuals are welcome to apply.

Associate Membership is the first step in the membership process. This is a probationary membership of 12 months after which the organization or individual will be eligible to apply for General Membership. This allows the applicant time to better understand the network and for FNUSA Members and staff to better understand the work of the applicant.

  • The FNUSA Steering Committee will accept Associate Membership applications until September 1, 2021.
  • FNUSA Steering Committee Members and staff will conduct phone interviews with all applicants by October 1, 2021.
  • All decisions will be made at the annual FNUSA Steering Committee meeting in November 2021.
  • Applicants will be notified of the Committee’s decision in December 2021.
  • All applications will be reviewed and considered based on the information provided either on the application form or during the interview with FNUSA Steering Committee Members and staff, and information available on the applicant’s website and other public statements and materials.
  • If applicants are not offered Associate Membership in 2021, they are welcome to reapply in a future membership cycle.

Please begin your application process by thoroughly reviewing the FNUSA Membership Eligibility, Benefits, and Expectations below. Questions can be sent to


Work directly with survivors of human trafficking in some capacity or have lived experience.

Dedicate at least .5 FTE to anti-trafficking work.

Federal and State employees or agencies are NOT eligible for membership; except in the case of college or university employees.

Note for large organizations with offices in multiple states: Each individual office is required to submit a separate application for review.

Access and consistent interaction with experts dealing with trafficking issues across a multitude of disciplines. Many FNUSA members are subject matter experts in their respective fields.

Discounted registration rate to the annual Freedom Network USA conference.

Access to free formal and informal training and technical assistance on an array of human trafficking topics. Members get early access to new tools and materials on best practices, messaging guidance, and policy analysis.

Ability to participate in FNUSA working groups tackling issues that impact survivors.

Ability to participate in FNUSA’s Advocacy Day (held in Washington DC every other year).

Align with the nation’s largest human rights-based human trafficking network.

Support FNUSA’s mission and core values. Required

Meet or strive for minimum Standards of Care. Required

Abide by FNUSA’s Confidentiality policy. Required

Pay Annual Dues (currently $300 for Organizations, $150 for Individuals, $0 for Individual Survivors). Required

Share data, case examples, experience, and resources to collective efforts, including participating in working groups.

Attend the annual conference and member meeting.

Support FNUSA policy efforts by signing on to advocacy letters, lending organizational resources, and coordinating with local partners where appropriate.

Be an ambassador for the network by connecting potential members, allies and partners with FNUSA and amplify its message.

The Value of Membership

Joining the Freedom Network USA (FNUSA) brings a host of benefits and opportunities to our members.

All members receive reduced rates for our annual conference, access to members-only training and technical assistance and professional development opportunities. General Members gain access to leadership positions, the Speakers Bureau, and voting rights in the network. However, many members find the intangible benefits of membership to be the most important. FNUSA acts as a convener, bringing individuals out of their silos to connect with colleagues and learn from experts across the country.

FNUSA also lifts up your expertise and experience to national prominence.  Whether you work for a small nonprofit service provider, a large organization with broad priorities, or are an academic working on these issues through your research, membership in the FNUSA will help you to connect with advocates around the country who face the same challenges with whom you can share your success.

Expectations and Responsibilities

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