How Can I Make A Difference?: 52 Tips For Combating Human Trafficking
As the organizer of the Global Anti-Trafficking Auction, Mitzi Perdue often gives talks on human trafficking. After these talks, people come up to her and ask, “What can I do?” This book gives answers and includes information from some of the top anti-trafficking organizations, trafficking survivors, psychiatrists, law enforcement, academics, and government officials.
Author, speaker, and science and health writer, Mitzi Perdue holds a BA with honors degree from Harvard University and an MPA from the George Washington University. She is a past president of the 40,000-member American Agri-Women, and as a former syndicated columnist, her Scripps Howard column, The Environment and You for almost 10 years was the most widely syndicated environmental column in the US. Her television series, Country Magazine, was syndicated to 76 stations. Currently she is a hostess for EarthX TV, and writes for Trusts and Estates Magazine, Psychology Today, the Association of Foreign Press Correspondents, Wealth Management, and USA Today Magazine. In 2020, she was a guest on more than 60 podcasts. She expects to spend the years that remain to her combatting one of the worst scourges on the planet, human trafficking.