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Millicent Nwolisa

In November 2019, Millicent Nwolisa became FAIR Girls’ Deputy Director. Millicent is an experienced operations administrator with a broad range of experience in providing leadership and strategic direction to non-profit organizations. As Deputy Director, she is responsible for operational oversight, resource management and ensuring organizational and programmatic compliance at FAIR Girls.

Prior to Joining FAIR Girls, Millicent served as the Director of Client Services at Laurel Advocacy and Referral Services. In that role, she was responsible for the administration, management and supervision of agency programs and staff which led to enhanced program operations and development. Prior to that, she served as the Regional Director of Operations for Unified Community Connections where she facilitated operational oversight of all agency departments in Central Maryland including residential, transportation and day habilitation. In this role, she was responsible for ensuring compliance with State of Maryland regulations for all agency departments, facilitating budget preparation and monitoring and building relationships with agency partners. In previous roles as Executive Director for Bridges to Housing Stability and Chief Operating Officer for the Potomac Center, she was responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization.

Millicent’s personal belief is that all effort, regardless of size, should be made by every able person to do his/her part today in leveling the playing field for the have nots of society. Millicent has devoted her career to collaborating with agencies that provide critical services to vulnerable and disadvantaged populations because she believes that the potential of an enviable life is available to all.

Millicent earned a Bachelors degree in English from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership from Nyack College. Millicent lives in Maryland with her husband and enjoys reading, taking long walks (not on the beach) and traveling.

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Jewel Wright

Jewel is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a Bachelors of Social Work and Women’s Studies. She has several years of experience helping young women in residential settings. Before coming to FAIR Girls, Jewel served as a case manager helping homeless young women in the DMV area. Jewel has always had a passion for helping women as women shape the future!

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Krystal King

Krystal joined FAIR Girls in October 2018 as one of our Residential Care Coordinators. She has an extensive background in the social services field. She has worked in group homes in the DMV area for at-risk youth, was a Supervisor at a Maryland DJS facility, and was a Family Support Worker for a non-profit that provided wrap around services for at-risk pregnant women. Krystal has always had a passion for making an impact on the lives of those in need and helping people to overcome their obstacles.

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Erin Andrews

In December 2017, Erin Andrews became FAIR Girls’ Executive Director. Erin will be taking on this new role in addition to her invaluable work as FAIR Girls’ Director of Policy. As Executive Director, Erin manages and oversees the day-to-day operations of FAIR Girls to enable it to continue to thrive as a successful anti trafficking nonprofit. As the Director of Policy at FAIR Girls, Erin oversees the policy branch of the organization, Solaine (inspired by a French word meaning dignity), which includes analysis, guidance, and strategy development on all policy and legislative efforts that are the logical extension of FAIR Girls’ mission, such as drafting legislation, participating in and advancing legislative agendas, and directly lobbying for law and policy. Erin is also responsible for communications, publications, trainings, community building, and task force participation regarding FAIR Girls’ policy positions.

Previously, Erin was an Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Columbia where she investigated and prosecuted an array of crimes in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and the Superior Court for the District of Columbia. As an AUSA, Erin successfully managed federal and local prosecutions of multiple defendants for sex trafficking of minors and obstruction of justice; obtained convictions in cold cases involving prolonged child sexual abuse and incest; investigated multiple sexual assault cases involving adults and minors employing the collection, analysis, and use of forensic DNA evidence, including the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS); investigated Sex Offender Registration violations on the federal and local levels; tried dozens of cases involving intra-family violence; and presented case studies to the Human Trafficking Taskforce to further the multidisciplinary approach to the prosecution of adult and child trafficking cases. In recognition of her work, Erin was twice honored with Special Achievement Awards. Prior to that, Erin was an associate at Williams & Connolly LLP where she was involved in a myriad of criminal and civil litigation, including primary responsibility for the day-to-day management of a federal civil case representing three children who were sexually assaulted.

Erin received her Juris Doctor in 2001 from Georgetown University Law Center, graduating cum laude and as a member of the Dean’s List. Erin was a member of The Georgetown Law Journal and the Georgetown Law Center Domestic Violence Clinic. Erin received her Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude in 1998 from The University of Notre Dame where she majored in Psychology, Sociology, and Gender Studies and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society), and the Dean’s List. Erin’s Gender Studies Thesis was entitled The Battered Women’s Syndrome: A Reevaluation.

Erin lives in Bethesda, MD with her husband and two young children. She loves traveling and looks forward to traipsing around the world with her kids and getting to see it through their eyes. When she’s not running after the kids or legislators, she enjoys hiking, triathlon training, and good glass of wine.

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