We stand for the proposition that no one with the insight or potential to change the world should be ignored because of her gender, race, or previous condition of servitude.

The Problem: Survivors of human trafficking face an uphill battle rebuilding their lives. Many have limited access to opportunities or career training capable of giving them true independence or economic power. All too often, Survivors’ career prospects are stifled by discrimination and stigma in existing work environments.

The Approach: We are dedicated to training survivors in one of today’s most lucrative skills: computer programming. During and after training, our students start earning income by working on client projects in a safe, supportive, and nondiscriminatory environment.

The Aspiration: By providing opportunities to individuals who have been unfairly denied opportunity, we seek to unlock innovative potential in ways that can improve these individuals’ lives and society as a whole.