Connecting Our Community to Stop Human Trafficking

For All Seasons will host the next Speaker Series events at the Avalon Theatre focusing on human trafficking awareness. This free educational event, “Connecting Our Community to Stop Human Trafficking,” will be held on Tuesday, April 16, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Avalon Theatre in Easton. For All Seasons CEO Beth Anne Dorman will facilitate an informative discussion with expert panelists Thomas Stack, Anti-Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault Response Manager for the City of Baltimore; Heather Amador, Deputy Director of Victim Services Policy and Programs at the Governor’s Office of Crime Prevention and Policy; and Susan Ahlstrom, Human Trafficking Regional Navigator at For All Seasons.

Human Trafficking is a complex problem that requires a coordinated response from community members, local and state leaders, businesses, nonprofits, government officials, and law enforcement. Awareness and collaboration are key to fighting this form of modern-day slavery. The panel discussion will cover human trafficking, its presence in our community, how to recognize the red flags, the resources available to survivors, and state initiatives to end trafficking. There will be time for a Q&A with the audience at the close of the discussion.

To register for the free educational event, visit