Margeaux Gray transcended her experience being trafficked for sex as a child, and now advocates against this injustice. She is on the National Survivor Network Executive Committee and is a member of the Louisville, Kentucky Human Trafficking Task Force and the Advisory Board for TO THE MARKET. Ms. Gray testified before the U.S. Congress on a bill protecting trafficking victims. She presents at schools and community events, writes op-eds, and co-leads a mentorship program for teenage girls. Ms. Gray and her guide dog for the blind, Junebug, lead the way in making a difference.
“To express myself freely and creatively through art has been an integral part of my liberation. My art incorporates everyday items that other people might consider useless, as a metaphor that people whom our society might disregard—among them victims of human trafficking—are full of worth and beauty.”