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Conchita Sarnoff is executive director of Alliance To Rescue Victims of Trafficking, (www.atrvt.org) a not-for-profit organization based in Washington D.C. that raises awareness and aims to rescue and rehabilitate trafficked girls. Ms. Sarnoff wrote a book: “Sex Slaves in America” to be published in 2015.
Since 2007, Ms. Sarnoff has focused primarily on public policy issues concerning human trafficking and the child sex slave trade in America. She writes extensively about the issue in dailies such as: The Financial Times, The Latin America Herald Tribune, The Miami Herald, The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, and others. Sarnoff has been a Commentator on a number of TV networks including: NBC, Fox, ABC, Univision, Telemundo, Russia TV, Caracol, and several TV, radio and online news shows. Sarnoff is a Contributor to: The Daily Beast, Huffington Post, The Miami Herald, ElPolitico.com, and The Daily Caller.
Prior to launching ARTV, Ms. Sarnoff worked as a crisis communications counselor to Fortune 400 companies including: Burson-Marsteller, Young & Rubicam’s The Bravo Group (WPP subsidiaries); AT&T; Digital Equipment Corporation; Bacardi USA; Columbia Artists Management (CAMI); McDonald’s. While living in Switzerland, Ms. Sarnoff was communications advisor to Ares-Serono, a family owned Swiss biotech, for the Latin American region. In 1998, Sarnoff was appointed International Media Coordinator at The 12th World AIDS Conference, in Geneva (a global yearly AIDS conference); and between 2001-2004 she served as crisis communications consultant to Innovative Communications Corporation (ICC). In Latin America her clients included: CEMEX (the second largest cement company in the world), and Thacher, Proffitt, Wood LLP.
In 2006, Sarnoff served as communications advisor to Deputy Manuel Camacho Solis-Chief Political Strategist to presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO), during the “Desafuero Crisis” and presidential campaign. Sarnoff’s government clients include: The Organization of American States (OAS); and in October 2003, Sarnoff was appointed Director of Communications to FTAA (Free Trade Area of the Americas). FTAA’s mission was to secure a free trade accord between the U.S., Latin America and Canada by 2005. In 2005, Sarnoff was appointed Communications Advisor to Council-member Bob Oldakowski during his Key Biscayne, Florida Mayoral campaign.