Founder of Knot of This World
Since her escape in 1979, she has visited her homeland almost every year for the past ten years. Each time she visits she thinks of ways to improve the conditions of her family members and former fellow villagers. Recently, she helped build a more solid foundation for the homes in the villages that were severely impacted by heavy rain. She also cooks the village children a feast, which they look forward to every year. More importantly, every year she feels compelled to tackle the increasing problem that survivors of human traffickers are faced with today; which are job opportunities due to their lack of applicable skills.
As a result, she has turned her passion of crocheting to teach people who are affected by human trafficking a viable job skill to sustain themselves. She founded Knot of This World in her words to, “provide hope and dignity in these individuals to have a fresh start”.