Commissioner Christine MacMillan
Commissioner Christine MacMillan is WEA's Senior Advisor for Social Justice as well as the Chair of the Global Human Trafficking Task Force. Commissioner MacMillan has spent much of her life providing social services, particularly to women and children. She wishes to raise voices within the Church on human trafficking, much of which is carried underground.
Rev. Eileen Stewart-Rhude
Rev. Eileen Stewart-Rhude is the Executive Director of the WEA Commission on Women's Concerns (CWC). She plays a key role in empowering, encouraging, inspiring and supporting the Regional directors, who continue to create awareness through strong networks, addressing issues relating to Human Trafficking in their regions.
Dr. Elizabeth Leelavathi Manasseh
Dr. Elizabeth Leelavathi Manasseh is engaged in Human Trafficking elimination in India and Asia through Scripture engagement, prayer, and creating awareness in Church and society.
Anne Read has worked as a Salvation Army officer (minister and leader) in a variety of roles for the last 32 years and assumed responsibility for its coordinated response to the issue of human trafficking in the United Kingdom in 2009. The Salvation Army aims to raise awareness about this issue, reduce human trafficking through poverty alleviation projects and respond practically to the needs of victims and survivors. In the UK the Salvation Army is contracted by the government to support all adult victims of trafficking throughout England and Wales.
Jennifer Roemhildt Tunehag
Jennifer Roemhildt Tunehag is an independent missions consultant working to catalyze the church in ministry among women and men in prostitution and victims of trafficking around the world. She is currently helping the European Evangelical Alliance to develop the European Freedom Network.