Kelsey Morgan is the Founder and Executive Director of Willow International, which works to stop human trafficking and provide lifesaving services to survivors. She lived in East Africa from 2010-2013 where she designed and implemented aftercare programs for survivors of trafficking. She founded Willow to meet the growing demand for quality aftercare and to transform the systems that fuel trafficking. As of December 2020, Willow has impacted more than 52,000 lives and works with survivors trafficked to and from 14 countries. Willow is renowned for its aftercare programs and transformative work with the Ugandan justice sector. Willow has received funding from the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery, The United Nations, UBS Optimus Foundation, and many more. Built on a strong belief that collaboration is necessary to combat trafficking, Willow has an extensive network of partnerships including USC Law School, The McCain Institute, The Salvation Army, and The Human Trafficking Institute. Kelsey is currently pursuing her Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine.