Monday, April 23, 2018, 6:00 pm
Highland Park location given with RSVP
Please join us for an exclusive evening honoring our major donors at a lovely home in Highland Park. Enjoy dinner and conversation as well as a discussion with Marion Hatcher, Senior Project Manager-Cook County Sheriff’s Office of Public Policy.
You will also get a sneak peek at the 2018-2019 NCJW programming year which includes a chance to see one of the hottest shows on Broadway when it travels to Chicago!
A minimum donation of $500 during the 2017-2018 programming year (July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018) is required to attend. Please use the form below to RSVP. If you are unsure about whether you are a major donor, please email email@example.com.
As a national expert on combating the demand for commercial sex, Marian Hatcher has testified before the Illinois and Colorado legislatures, was featured in the OWN documentary Prostitution: Leaving the Life (which focused on her work as a survivor advocate), and most recently was in the Ink 180 Documentary. She has spoken at several conferences nationwide and consulted on training projects for Demand Abolition and Shared Hope International’s Gang TRAP series. Marian is also a member of national, survivor-led organizations, including the Survivor Leadership institute and Survivors of Prostitution-Abuse Calling for Enlightenment (SPACE) International, an International forum for survivor advocacy.
In December 2013, the FBI awarded her for outstanding assistance with their investigative efforts. In April 2014, DePaul University awarded her the Helen F. McGillicuddy Award for her work in the Advancement of Women and Gender Rights. Most recently she is a 2014 recipient of Shared Hope International’s Path Breaker Award, presented to individuals who have dedicated themselves to tackling the demand that drives domestic minor sex trafficking. Recipients represent the multi-pronged approach required to combat demand: prevention, restoration, and justice. In July 2014, her article “Ten Years and Counting” was published in Police Chief Magazine as a companion article to a piece written by her employer, Cook County Sheriff Thomas J. Dart; both pieces focused on human trafficking. Marian received her bachelor of science in finance from Loyola University in 1985. Her previous experience includes working at three major corporations.