Work to End the Tragedy of Human Trafficking with Angie Harmon @RepEdRoyce

Posted on January 24th, 2014 by & filed under Uncategorized

Women’s Conference News. . .

Coming to Cal State Fullerton on Saturday, March 15th, US Representative Ed Royce will host his 6th Annual Women’s Conference. Model, actress, and UNICEF Ambassador Angie Harmon will be this year’s keynote speaker and will share with the audience her work to end the tragedy of human trafficking.

Angie Harmon serves as a UNICEF Ambassador to fight human trafficking. In this role, she advocates on behalf of the world’s most vulnerable children – those that are trafficked.

The event also features some outstanding breakout sessions, including:

 A Celebrity Chef’s Guide to Healthy Cooking

Jamie Gwen, celebrity chef, certified sommelier, lifestyle expert and four-time cookbook author will host this session on health cooking, and ways to help you and your family achieve a healthier lifestyle.

Cyber Safety: The Internet, Your Family, and Protecting Your Personal Information

Session speakers Katharine Wang, the global policy lead for Google’s strategy on child safety and digital literacy, Eva Velasquez, the President and CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center, and Jennifer Hanley, the Director of Legal and Policy for the Family Online Safety Institute, will provide tools and advice to help you and your family navigate the web safely and securely.

Finding a Work-Life Balance that Works for You

This panel will feature a discussion on how to navigate the relationships, responsibilities and demands that make up women’s personal and professional lives. Margaret Weber, Dean of Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology will be a featured speaker.

 Financially Fit and Savvy

Secure your financial future by becoming financially fit and savvy with this panel of finance experts whose presentations will focus on: A Woman’s Journey to Financial Independence; The 3 C’s of Home Buying; and Easy Ways to Save Money.

To RSVP or learn more about the event, please visit


Saturday, March 15, 2014 
California State University Fullerton
Titan Student Union Center
800 North State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92834

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4 responses to “Work to End the Tragedy of Human Trafficking with Angie Harmon @RepEdRoyce”

  1. I am glad that Angie is working to help end human trafficking which is today’s for of slavery. Of course, I can’t stand that young people are being sucked into to this mess. Awareness is a must, thank you for sharing.

  2. Raquel says:

    I love that Angie is working hard to end this travesty. This is at my alma mater too! Thanks for sharing this information my friend!

    • Melissa Reyes says:

      I was honored to be asked by our House Representative’s press secretary to post the info! I would love to attend this conference, but I will be out of town that weekend. Let me know if you go to it!

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