Sarah Dunham is the founder and director of the Abolitionist network, a program of the Emmanuel Gospel Center (egc.org/human-trafficking), connecting and equipping Christian Leaders to understand and abolish the systems of human trafficking. She is also a founder and lead organizer of the MA Coalition to End Human Trafficking (MCEHT.org), and was a founding board member, and currently serves on the strategic advisory board of Amirah (amirahboston.org), a safe home for survivors of human trafficking in the Boston area.
Sarah graduated from Gordon College in December 2008 with a BA in Sociology and has been living in Boston since. She currently lives in Jamaica Plain with her husband Jared. She loves biking around the city, creating art, and helping connect people and instigate movements towards a more just world.