New York City
Jessica Minhas is a speaker, activist, TV host and producer specializing on culture and media’s impact on women and human trafficking.
As a producer and media consultant, her work has taken her around the globe exploring issues such as human trafficking, child labor, medical tourism, Middle Eastern conflict, interreligious reconciliation, youth advocacy and more. She is as a regular contributor in various national and international media outlets, as well as a nationally recognized speaker. Jessica has been honored at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards, is a recipient of a Noble Award on behalf of The Blind Project, a former Miss Florida US 2003, 4th Runner- Up for Miss US 2003 and currently a World Economic Forum Global Shaper.
In addition to her humanitarian work, she the founder and CEO of I'll Go First, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering survivors of abuse and trauma to find their voice and their freedom.