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When A Theatre Major Gives Jobs to Sex-Trafficking Survivors

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We interviewed Alissa Moore, founder of the Nomi Network, about her journey.

In 2007, Alissa wasn’t an entrepreneur or a business maven; she’d majored in theater and American studies, not economics. But she was 22 and zealous and when a conversation about Cambodian craftswork turned into a proposal to co-found a non-profit, Alissa jumped.

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