“If you don’t know your value, then anyone can dictate it to you.”



Bekah Charleston is a nationally respected leader and a dynamic public speaker whose story of survival, triumph, and determination has been featured in communities across the United States and at the national level by numerous media outlets including Deadline Crimes, Daystar, Dallas Morning News, NPR, USA Today and the New York Post. After enduring a decade of abuse and exploitation, she built a career dedicated to the empowerment of Survivors and focused on community collaboration at all levels.

As a survivor, Rebekah has wisdom to impart and a story that will help give understanding to the crime of human trafficking as well as shed light on what happens here in America. She is an advocate for victims of human trafficking, a consultant with the National Criminal Justice Training Center, a mother, and honors graduate student. Rebekah’s story is one of hope and restoration.

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“I was one of those women and I am now able to speak out on behalf of the many others still trafficked on the inside.”

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