Elle Snow, a survivor of Domestic Sex Trafficking, is helping to lead the battle against commercial sexual exploitation through prevention education, training, and advocacy.

Born a natural speaker, Elle invites the learner to look past the common myths and misconceptions that surround the world of the commercial sex industry. She is currently providing educational training to service providers, social workers, medical staff, youth groups, community members, foster parents, victim advocates, and law enforcement agencies throughout the nation.

Elle has been recognized by Congress and Senate Members for her work in the anti-trafficking movement. She is a member of Soroptimist, The Survivor-Leaders Institute, and The National Survivor Network.  She is CO-creator/producer of Jane Doe in Wonderland, a play that depicts the reality of sex trafficking in America. This play is written by Dell' Arte students; Kate Tobie, Erin Johnson, and Grace Booth.

Ms. Snow is also currently a Speaker on The Rebecca Bender Initiative Speakers Team, as well as  Founder/Board President of GAME OVER.  Elle is more than a survivor. In her off time, she is an artist, a cook, and an activist.