Kika was a champion of the campaign that led to the passage of New York State’s first anti-trafficking laws. Since then, she has continued to speak out locally and globally. After one groundbreaking presentation at the side of United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, she was congratulated by him for her courage.
“I am standing up not only for myself but for all survivors. I want New York to strengthen its laws to help women going through trafficking to rebuild their lives and also to punish pimps and customers.”