Carly Brown, Born and raised in Southern California, Carly is a social scientist with a burning passion for social justice. She has spent a number of years traveling the globe living with and learning from people in all walks of life. Through her travels and humanitarian work in 45 countries, she has personally encountered realities of deep brokenness and pain, as well as profound hope and joy.
After moving to Texas, she worked hands-on with dozens of youth experiencing homelessness, trafficking, abuse and trauma at ACH Child and Family Services Youth Shelter. Prior to coming on full time at Traffick911, she spent her free time volunteering on Traffick911’s Juvenile Detention Outreach team across multiple counties, which further deepened her passion and awareness for trafficked and exploited youth.
Today, Carly serves as Director of Prevention and Youth Outreach, overseeing all aspects of prevention and youth outreach for the organization, including 15 Juvenile Detention Outreach teams (made up of over 200 vetted and trained volunteers), Affiliate organizations utilizing Traffick911’s prevention programs across the country, and community youth outreach to shelters, youth facilities, and schools across Texas. Carly also represents Traffick911 on the Tarrant County 5-Stones Task Force and the C7 Human Trafficking Coalition in Denton. Carly holds a Bachelors of Science in Sociology from California Polytechnic State University.