IRVINE, CA- Phoenix Energy Technologies’ Founder/CEO, Lisa Varga, has announced that she has accepted the nomination to be a part of Agape International Mission’s (AIM) Board of Directors starting in 2018.
“Agape International Missions is so pleased to have Lisa Varga as part of our Board of Directors. Her leadership skills, business experience, and heart for the work of AIM, makes her an ideal addition. We look forward to her input and insights on the AIM Board.” –Sosamma Samual-Burnett, J.D., Board Chair, Agape International Missions; Founder/President, G.L.O.B.A.L. Justice.
Since the beginning of 2017, Lisa has devoted herself to helping AIM. Through using tradeshows as a driver to help push the message and raise awareness, to traveling to Cambodia to see first-hand the horrors of the sex trade – she has truly devoted herself to the cause, and helping to stop it. “I am truly excited to have been elected to join the Board of this great Organization. This topic has been near and dear to my heart and to be able to serve in such a way is a gift from God. I look forward to helping in a whole new capacity by serving as a Board member!” said Lisa about the nomination.
Since 2005, AIM has been focused on ending the evil of child sexual slavery. AIM takes a holistic approach to fighting trafficking, restoring victims and transforming communities, in order to defeat trafficking. Click here to learn more about AIM's initiatives.
For your viewing purposes, attached are some links that really dive deep into what Lisa and AIM are trying to combat:
- Video of Lisa Varga, and her presentation regarding "her story" as well as the presentation she did on human trafficking and presented at 2 tradeshows in 2017.
- Link showing AIM's Founder, Don Brewster, discussing how the purchase of the bracelets impacts the rescued girls.
- The Freedom Project documentary presented by CNN: "Every Day in Cambodia”. The film, presented by actress Mira Sorvino, documents the appalling plight of children sold into sex slavery, sometimes by their own mothers, and the people fighting to stop the practice.