Who We Are
Board of Directors
Founder & Director
Awarding-winning commercial and fine-art photographer; work published in major U.S. and international magazines; photographed corporate annual reports, advertising and collateral materials for Fortune 500 companies, non-governmental organizations, foundations and U.S. government agencies; extensive experience photographing human trafficking in U.S. and abroad, resulting in eight major exhibitions; extensive one-on-one experience with survivors of human trafficking worldwide.
Managing Director for Strategy and Planning at Ogilvy Mather Public Relations Worldwide; heads Corporate Social Responsibility unit; senior creative director managing women’s health campaign (The Heart Truth) and many other public service campaigns.
KENTON W. KEITH
Retired Senior Vice President at Meridian International Center; former Ambassador to Qatar; retired from USIA with the rank of Career Minister after distinguished career in U.S. foreign service; former Chair of the Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange; broad professional experience in conflict resolution, public diplomacy and fund-raising for international cultural exchange; frequent lecturer on international education, public diplomacy and Middle East Affairs.
Communications Manager at PLAN Netherlands; previously manager of lobbying, communications and press at Bonded Labour in the Netherlands (now Fair Work), a major Dutch counter-trafficking NGO; spokesperson and strategist on trafficking issues; campaign coordinator at Amnesty International.
PAUL D. MILLER, aka D.J. SPOOKY
Composer, multimedia artist, producer and writer. Founder of Vanuatu Pacifica Foundation, a collaborative artists’ community and retreat. His eclectic multimedia performances have been seen in many contexts, galleries and museums, including the Venice and Whitney Biennales, the Spoleto Festival USA, Lincoln Center Festival, Miami Art/Basel and the Andy Warhol Museum. His writings on digital media, electronic music, sound art and mixage have appeared in major arts publications.
Originator of www.humantraffickingsearch.net, one of the most comprehensive resources on human trafficking containing over 250,000 web entries of informational resources on human trafficking, sex slavery, child labor and forced labor from over 120 countries worldwide. This “deep search” engine is searchable in 14 languages. Founder of the National MultiCultural Institute, a non-profit organization that provided services, knowledge, and skills in the field of multiculturalism and diversity.
BONNIE NELSON SCHWARTZ
Producer of theater, feature and documentary films, television, concerts and events, with more than 100 plays, films, television programs and concerts in Washington DC, New York and London to her credit; founder and original producer of the Helen Hayes Awards; author; currently producing Studs Terkel: Interviewing America for HBO; a feature film, Invitation to Valhalla; and the Jule Styne project.
BETSY BRAMON, Secretary
Global Programs Officer with the U.S. Department of State, bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor. Over seven years of work dedicated to fighting human trafficking, including managing foreign assistance funds with the Trafficking in Persons Office at the U.S. Department of State; advocacy and field research on bonded labor in Northern India with Free the Slaves; developed social enterprise and direct service partnerships for Hagar International in Cambodia, Vietnam, India and Laos; led street outreach in Amsterdam; and currently volunteers with anti-trafficking organizations serving U.S. child victims of trafficking in Washington, DC.
JUDAH L. ROSNER, Treasurer
Senior research scientist, molecular biology, at the National Institutes for Health; more than 50 peer-reviewed publications of scientific investigations of genetics of bacteria and viruses; manages lab.
Arts Advisory Board
Independent fine arts consultant, gallery manager and director. Currently curator for the Bernstein Gallery at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University and a consultant to the Princeton University Art Museum in Campus Arts, and to the Borough of Princeton on public art. Broad experience as a curator and consultant to many corporate and public collections and artists' estates, involving historical research, cataloguing, restoration, exhibition development, internet
auctions and book publications.
MICHAEL JENSEN, Social Media Advisor