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Paul Horrocks is the Founder of Justice NYC. He also serves as the Board Chair for Hope for New York, a non-profit that works with churches to provide volunteer and financial resources to organizations serving the poor and marginalized of New York City. Prior to Justice NYC, Paul was an Insurance Executive. He also serves on the board of Students for Life of America.
Paul founded Justice NYC to challenge men to end sexual narcissism and protect women from exploitation. His vision is a city where men treat women the way they would want their daughters treated.
Originally from Kolkata, India, Anna Malika was adopted into an American family and raised in North Carolina. In addition to being sexually trafficked, Anna dealt with several life controlling issues and suffered extreme abuse throughout her life. Anna is a graduate of Mercy Ministries. At Mercy Anna allowed God to restore her soul. As a survivor advocate, Anna is active as survivor advocate and speaker who assists various organizations throughout the country with curriculum development to help survivors of sex trafficking as well as serving as a policy advocate with a focus on the link between sex trafficking and pornography.
A powerful international public speaker, Anna has given several keynote speeches including the Restore One Banquet in Greenville, NC, Children’s at Risk event in Houston, TX, The Richmond Justice Initiative in VA where she also lobbied for Anti-Human Trafficking bills. Anna served as the guest speaker at the North Carolina Legislative Prayer Caucus at the North Carolina General Assembly. Anna gave her personal testimony for the NC General Assembly resulting in the passing of the NC Safe Harbor Law. Anna has also assisted in writing both national and international policy. Anna also served as a guest speaker at the Trafficking in America Task Force (TIATF) Conference in Nashville, TN. for the North Carolina Coalition of Sexual Assault symposium "It's Happening to a Girl Near You" in Fayetteville, NC and as a trainer at their "Innovative Strategies for Law Enforcement" in Raleigh, NC. Anna has completed speaking tours in New York and California.
Overseas, Anna was the mediator for the University of Malta's public seminar on Child Trafficking Law and presented on The United State's Communications Decency Act. She also served as the guest lecturer on Child Trafficking Law at The University of Malta and mediator for the University’s public seminar on Child Trafficking Law and argued the Communications Decency Act.
Anna's story was also televised internationally on Univision’s show Primer Impacto and the talk show "Community Matters". Her story was also featured in The Salvation Army's "Young Salvationist" Magazine, "The Miami Herald", "Malta Independent" and "The Examiner".
Anna has recently started her own fashion line “Designs by Anna Malika” launching NY Fashion Week 2015. The line employs and fairly pays survivors of sex trafficking to make the clothing and proceeds go to after-care programs that work with survivors.
Anna is now an Honor's Student at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro to complete her B.A .in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology and Pre-Law. Anna was awarded the Golden Chain Award and Scholarship for her work to end Human Trafficking. She is humbled by God’s Grace and Mercy during her healing process. Most of all, she is just glad to be FREE!