DUE TO HEALTH RISKS TO ATTENDEES, THIS FORUM HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
THE NEW DATE & TIME HAS YET TO BE DETERMINED.
WE ARE SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE.
Join Elizabeth Yore and Girls’ Health First advocates for a special presentation:
What About Our Girls?
Featuring Elizabeth Yore
Special Guests include:
Joyce Coughlin RN
more to be announced
This special event is meant to bring awareness to residents of DuPage County regarding the exploitation occuring on all our under-age young girls, particularly of high school age.
This thought-provoking & engaging presentation will help you understand why and how vulnerable girls, even in safe communities & schools can fall victim to exploitation, ranging from abusive boyfriends to sex traffickers.
Elizabeth and other presenters will help sort through the state and national chatter on the underlying issues relating to the exploitation of our under-age girls. There will also be time time for questions and dialogue.
You’ll especially appreciate the video’s Elizabeth has to share.
Elizabeth Yore is the founder of Yore Children and an international child advocate attorney whose legal career spans a wide range of legal issues relating to the exploitation of children.
Elizabeth served as Special Counsel to Oprah Winfrey as her child advocate, both at Harpo, Inc., and at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa. Previously, Liz held the position of General Counsel at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, where she created the first missing children unit for runway wards, and collaborated with federal law enforcement on human trafficking prosecutions. Elizabeth was the General Counsel and Director of the International Division at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in Virginia. She handled domestic and international child abduction cases there.
Joyce McNamara Coughlin, RN has broad experience with adolescents and adults as a Maternal-Child Clinical Practice Specialist. She’s a mother of four and wife of Jim Coughlin, Principal of a Chicago inner city high school for over 20 years.
Doors open at 6:30.
We will begin promptly at 7:00.
Come and go as you need.
Secure a spot with an RSVP.
Recommended for parents, young women, and mature teens.
Content may not be suitable for children.
Girls’ Health First (GHF) is an initiative of Illinois Citizens for Ethics. GHF advocates are concerned about the health and well being of every under-age girl and how laws and policy affect them. www.GirlsHealthFirst.com