The Commission for Women of Bossier City and the City of Bossier sponsored the annual “Inspiring Women Luncheon" and the focus this year was "Human Trafficking: How YOU Can Make A Difference".

Some of the speakers included:

 Earl Campbell, Assistant U.S. District Attorney and Senior Litigation Counsel and the Human Trafficking Coordinator

Heather Owens, Louisiana State Police Trooper with 28 years of law enforcement experience assigned to the Special Victims Unit

Jessica Milan Miller, CEO of the Gingerbread House Children's Advocacy Center

Cassie Hammett, Founder of The Hub, an urban ministry in Shreveport.

The Commission for Women of Bossier City, Inc., is an organization dedicated to promoting and furthering legal, political, economic and educational opportunities for the advancement of women of the Bossier City area. Additionally, the organization seeks to enhance the quality of life for all area residents, particularly women and their families, dedicating time to examining family and women's issues in the community.

Inspiring Women Luncheon

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