South Florida Chapter: Human Trafficking Awareness Event

South Florida Chapter: Human Trafficking Awareness Event
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Date(s) - 11/13/23
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Florida International University


Dear South Florida Fulbrighters,

We are delighted to invite you to one of our most anticipated and important events of the year: the Human Trafficking Awareness Event. The evening will be dedicated to addressing an issue that impacts both our local community in South Florida and our global community across the world. This is the first event organized by our Chapter that will be open to the entire South Florida Community, and we are happy to do our part in raising awareness and debunking myths about this urgent issue.

Date: Monday, November 13, 2023

Time: 6:00 PM

Location: Florida International University, Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs

Address: 11200 SW 8th Street, SIPA II 259, Miami, FL 33199

Parking Directions: The closest parking is Lot 9 or Parking Garage 3. University parking information for visitors can be found here.

Event’s Goal: Debunk myths, share firsthand experiences, and educate our community on the local and global issues of human trafficking.

Who Should Attend: Miami residents, FIU students, international scholars, Fulbright alumni, and anyone committed to making a difference.

– Welcome Reception
– Expert Panel on Human Trafficking
– Q&A Session
– Networking
Appetizers and beverages will be provided.

As a part of Fulbright’s mission, we hope to educate our community on the local and global issues related to human trafficking. According to the Miami-Dade State Attorney General’s website, Florida ranks #3 in the nation for human trafficking. This worldwide issue is pertinent to both alumni members, as well as to international scholars residing in South Florida for their Fulbright studies.

Our speakers and Fulbright community stand for education, awareness, and advocacy. Through this event, we can address some of the first major steps we can take to defeat the global issues surrounding human trafficking.


  1. Victor B. Williams is an internationally renowned and respected Human Trafficking (HT) advocate. He retired from law enforcement with over 34 years of domestic and international experience. In 2022, he launched his Quest2Freedom organization. The organization’s platform includes educating and empowering people through partnerships with community organizations and human-trafficking presentations and workshops.
  1. Dr. Eugenise Mompremier is the Former Community Outreach Head Chair for Senate 38 “Human Trafficking” and is a Presenter/Advocate for Women and Children Against Human Trafficking/Sexual Abuse.

As terrifying as the existence of Human Trafficking is, there are still many people who are not aware of it and have multiple misconceptions. To address this issue, we invited local advocates to share their firsthand experiences, debunk common myths, and shed light on how our society can take steps now to eradicate this global crime. Moreover, Miami is, regrettably, among the top cities in the U.S. grappling with this issue, making our responsibility to inform and empower our community even more essential.

The panel will be followed by networking, providing an opportunity for everyone to join this dialogue and connect. A selection of appetizers and beverages will also be provided. 

If you have any questions, please contact us at

**Please RSVP on our event page, where you can also find additional details:**

We look forward to seeing you all at this crucial event!

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