Nat Paul

Policy Advocacy Chair, National Survivor Network

Nat Paul is a transgender-identified survivor of sex trafficking who serves as the Policy Chair of the National Survivor Network and is a member of the US Advisory Council on Trafficking. An advocate for trafficking victims and the LGBTQ+ community, Ms. Paul has assisted in a lobbying campaign to promote federal legislation to assist survivors, spoken as a survivor leader at conferences across the United States and worked with State and Federal government agencies on awareness campaigns. Ms. Paul is also working to establish PRISM—Pride and Respect for Individuals in Sexual Minorities—which will assist in research, awareness and long-term aftercare of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning survivors of trafficking in persons.

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