Roxie Farrow is operations manager for the Human Trafficking Legal Center. Farrow is co-chair of the Maryland Survivor Network, a membership group providing support and professional and leadership development for human trafficking survivors participating in anti-trafficking efforts in the state.
Farrow is also a survivor leader consultant for the University of Maryland Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment (SAFE) Center for Human Trafficking Survivors, serving on the Human Trafficking Clinicians Collaborative and the Human Trafficking Survivors’ Council.
Prior to joining the Human Trafficking Legal Center, Farrow worked as senior admissions coordinator and manager for the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, a behavioral health treatment facility in Washington, DC. Before embarking on her graduate studies, Farrow founded The Exodus Project, a human trafficking advocacy and awareness organization that focuses on educating community leaders and youth in the DC metro area. Farrow received her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in Arabic literature from Trinity Washington University, and a master’s degree in industrial organizational psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.