Supporting Survivor’s Financial Inclusion and Success – How to Address Banking, Credit, and Consumer Challenges
February 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Survivors of human trafficking often experience financial exploitation, either through identify theft or debts incurred by unpaid bills from credit cards, utilities, vehicle leases and medical services. These debts impact a survivor’s ability to achieve financial stability and independence. Presenters will provide guidance to advocates on the impact of being un- or under-banked, how to support survivors in seeking financial inclusion, and how to address consumer and credit issues.
The HTPP is excited to feature Sarah Dohoney Byrne, Attorney with Moore & Van Allen PLLC, and Laura Sammon, Financial Crimes Business Risk & Control Officer at Wells Fargo, as guest presenters for this event.
This webinar is hosted by the Human Trafficking Prevention Project (HTPP), a collaboration between the University of Baltimore School of Law and Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service. For more information about this webinar or the HTPP, please contact HTPP Project Manager Heather Heiman at email@example.com or visit www.mvlslaw.org/ht.
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