Michelle Bishop, who has both domestic and international experience with two other organizations fighting human trafficking and injustice, joined Truckers Against Trafficking staff as program coordinator on Oct. 1.

In addition to her International MBA from the University of Denver, Bishop has developed skills, experience and a passion to fight human trafficking through serving a year-long business development fellowship in Mumbai, India with International Justice Mission and working with Colorado-based iEmpathize as a social media coordinator and helping with special projects. Her earlier work at Re/Max as a technology trainer and regional administrator have also contributed to her strong communication, public speaking, technology and administrative skills.

“My first month with TAT has been great,” she said. “I have felt so welcomed by the TAT team as well as the whole TAT community. I’ve been able to see how members of the trucking industry are answering the call to be everyday heroes and are rising up to save lives. I’m excited to continue TAT’s work of raising awareness within the trucking industry, training drivers on what to look for when they’re out on the road, and meeting these amazing men and women who not only work diligently to safely deliver products across the nation, but also are making the call and helping to rescue victims of human trafficking.”

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