Andrea Powell Executive Director

Andrea Powell(Executive Director) co-founded FAIR Girls in 2003 and currently serves as Executive Director.  Since that time, Andrea has led FAIR Girls’ efforts to prevent the sex trafficking and exploitation of girls in the United States and in FAIR Girls’ global programs in Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Russia, and Uganda.  In her current position at FAIR Read More...

Hannah DeMartini Operations and Development

As the Director of Operations at FAIR Girls, Hannah oversees strategic planning, budget, financial reporting, board management, human resources, facilities, and organizational compliance. Previously, Hannah worked in international and national anti-trafficking, domestic violence advocacy, and civil rights. Hannah was the Interim Program Manager of the Justice Operations Division at International Justice Mission where she served Read More...

Taylor Devoe Operations and Development

Taylor has always had a passion for serving others especially those in the most vulnerable populations. Taylor holds experience designing and implementing process improvements, corporate governance best practices, counseling at-risk youth, and managing day to day operations within various nonprofit organizations. After graduating from Washington and Lee University as a Business Administration major with a Read More...

Erin Andrews Policy and Advocacy

As the Director of Policy at FAIR Girls, Erin oversees the policy branch of the organization, Solaine (inspired by a French word meaning dignity), which includes analysis, guidance, and strategy development on all policy and legislative efforts that are the logical extension of FAIR Girls’ mission, such as drafting legislation, participating in and advancing legislative Read More...

Jessica Medina Prevention Education

Jessica Medina is the FAIR Girls Prevention Education Coordinator for Prince George’s County. As the Prevention Education Coordinator for Prince George’s County, Jessica facilitates classes in middle schools, high schools, universities, youth rehabilitation centers, as well as community service organizations; educating the youth, young men and women on human trafficking. She currently serves within the Read More...

Taleso Fecha Prevention Education

Talaso Fecha is a prevention education coordinator at Fair girls. She has received her education with a background of Criminal Justice, Administration of Justice, Human services and Social Justice at the United States International University -Africa (USIU), Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and The George Washington University (GWU). Due to her courage, hard work, skills Read More...

Jacquelin Hahn Case Management

Jacquelin is very passionate about advocating for human rights and embracing self- empowerment. Before joining FAIR Girls, she worked with hundreds of youth and adults providing informal counseling, referrals, and advocacy. Furthermore, she helped tackle numerous mental health issues pertaining to abuse, homelessness, and legal crises as a Helpline Advocate for NAMI. Jacquelin holds experience Read More...

Kelsey O’Neil Case Management

Kelsey joined the FAIR Girls team as a Crisis Response Case Manager in February 2017. She graduated from Boston University with a Bachelors of Science in Journalism with a focus in Middle Eastern Studies. While in college she volunteered at a women’s domestic violence homeless shelter in the greater Boston area where she was exposed Read More...

Kendra Grimmett Case Management

I grew up in Montgomery County, MD and obtained a B.A. in Criminology and Criminal Justice from University of Maryland, College Park. I believe that every girl deserves a bright, successful and healthy life. It is my personal goal and passion to enhance the lives of women and girls and aid in their protection against Read More...

Ashley Harrell Case Management

Ashley Harrell has served survivors of sexual trauma in DC since 2010. Prior to beginning her role as the Director of Clinical Services at FAIR Girls, Ashley served as the Prevention Specialist at Safe Shores – The DC Children’s Advocacy Center. In this role, she worked to advocate for and support children and families affected Read More...

Dawnesha Coffin Fellowship Program

Dawnesha Coffin is a current full-time graduate student at Virginia Commonwealth University perusing her master’s degree in social work. She has had the pleasure of working for several great employers, such as, Marion Barry’s Youth Leadership Institute at DOES, Williowbrook Treatment Facility, and KRA Corporation. With her educational and employment background, she strives to assist individuals Read More...

Divya Vijay Fellowship Program

Divya is a student at University of California, Berkeley, studying Economics and Public Policy. She has had the pleasure of working for various political campaigns, grassroots organizations and representatives, most recently as a Campaign Fellow for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign. She hopes to apply her knowledge of advocacy and legislation into a career in Read More...

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