Angie Conn is a believer in transparency. She engages audiences with her presentations and trainings. A survivor of domestic sex-trafficking, abuse, and addiction, she strives to freely express her insight and knowledge to those with a desire to learn about the topics at hand. Her authenticity, joy, and resilient spirit engage her listener, and not only leave them with tools to take back and use where they are, but also with hope that there is healing and life after human trafficking. She has a natural gift of encouragement and is passionate about reaching out when and where she can. 

Angie is a mentor for RBI's online Elevate Academy, sits on the National Survivor Network, WV Human Trafficking Task Force, and consults for the WV Department of Corrections, juvenile, and adult facilities.  She trains agencies, school, universities, organizations, shelters, and her community with practical tools they can utilize and implement where they are.

In her downtime, you can find Angie nestled at home with her husband of 16 years, and their three beautiful children.  She has a wild, adventurous heart and enjoys backpacking and hiking. She hopes to one day hike the Appalachian Trail.