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2022 AATN Breakfast Fundraiser and Game Changer Awards

AATN Breakfast Waffles

You are cordially invited to the Arizona Anti-Trafficking Network’s Second Annual Breakfast

Date and time

Wednesday, September 28, 2022
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM MST

Location

Phoenix Country Club
2901 North 7th Street

Please feel free to join us as early as 7:00 am to socialize and network with other attendees, AATN board members and staff.

Don’t worry — we know it is early so we will provide a full coffee bar for those who want to have their morning coffee with the team.
In addition there will be a silent auction between 7:00 – 8:00.

Our program which will start promptly at 8:00 am does include a full breakfast and will feature presentations about the impact of AATN programs throughout the state of Arizona; our keynote speaker will touch on the impact of demand for commercial sex in our community.
Breakfast
Lastly, our presentation will conclude with AATN honoring our Game Changer award recipients who have made a huge impact in the fight against human trafficking here in Arizona.

Join us for our second annual Breakfast Fundraiser and Game Changer Awards

Coffee Bar, Networking and Silent Auction: 7am – 8am then breakfast, key note and awards from 8am 

Key Note Speaker

Peter Qualliotine
Sexual Exploitation Education Project

Peter is a pioneer in the field. 

He has been working to promote men’s accountability and end commercial sexual exploitation and other forms of gender-based violence for over thirty years. In the early 1990s, he co-founded the Sexual Exploitation Education Project in Portland, Oregon, where he created one of the first sex buyers intervention programs in the country. During that time, he also worked with the Portland Women’s Crisis Line to integrate the issue of commercial sexual exploitation into a comprehensive middle and high school program to prevent gender-based violence.

In 2012, he co-founded Organization for Prostitution Survivors (OPS) with Noel Gomez in Seattle. As OPS’ Director of Men’s Accountability, he launched the 10-week sex buyers intervention program Stopping Sexual Exploitation and co-coordinated the ground-breaking Ending Exploitation Collaborative of King County.

Peter Qualliotine Photo

Presently, Peter lives in Western Massachusetts and coordinates Modeling Equality, a project devoted to catalyzing the creation and implementation of policies and practices across multiple sectors that address commercial sexual exploitation through a men’s accountability lens.

We welcome people with disabilities or dietary restrictions.

For questions about accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact us at ssutherland@trustaz.org or +1 (480) 310-3686 at least 10 days prior to the event.