Tia drives survivors to meetings, support groups, and appointments and helps survivors manage their time and schedules.
Tia has always had a passion for helping others and being an advocate for change. She grew up on the coast of WA where she graduated in 2013 from Grays Harbor College.
Rainy weather, poverty, drug/alcohol abuse, and suicide were what her small town was unfortunately known for. Her father is a detective and she quickly learned at a young age what families and different individuals had to go through in life that just didn’t seem fair. All of this led her to become an activist at just 15 years old, standing up for the vulnerable and building community and support for those around her.
Tia learned about the continuing problem of sex trafficking while her sister was with a team in Thailand spending time in the red district. She is excited to be a part of the team here at End Slavery Tennessee and feels grateful to be a part of an organization that does so much to make others aware of the continuing problem while making a difference in the lives of others.
In her spare time, Tia enjoys spending time with her husband, working out, walking on trails, yoga, zumba, as well as volunteering as a mentor for young women who struggle with depression and self image.