Date(s) - 12/01/2017
12:00 pm-1:30 pm
Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm Place
Friday, December 1, 2017
The Denver Forum Proudly Presents:
Conchita Sarnoff — Director of Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking
Author of and Speaking on: “Trafficking”
Denver Athletic Club — 1325 Glenarm Place
Members, $35, Non-Member, $45
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org, or, 303-832-9030
Autographed copies of Ms. Sarnoff’s book will be available at the luncheon by Barnes & Noble
EVENT SPONSOR: BENNETT WAGNER GRODY ARCHITECTS
Biographical Brief — Conchita Sarnoff
Conchita Sarnoff is executive director of Alliance to Rescue Victims of Trafficking, www.atrvt.org; a Washington D.C. organization whose mission is to raise awareness of human trafficking and end child sex trafficking.
For the past decade, Ms. Sarnoff has worked extensively on public policy issues dealing with human trafficking.
She is a Contributor at: The Financial Times, The Miami Herald, The Latin America Herald Tribune, The Huffington Post, The Daily Beast, The Daily Caller, ElPolitico.com and others. She has been a guest Commentator on a number of television networks including: NBC, Fox, ABC, Univision, Telemundo, Russia TV, Caracol, and several radio and digital news programs.
In 2007-2009, Sarnoff produced The Americas Forum (renamed The Region), a half-hour current events program featuring heads of state, policy experts, and leading CEOs debating Western Hemisphere foreign policy topics. Segments were taped in Washington D.C. and New York. Sarnoff produced a segment for “The Oppenheimer Report”, a PBS Spanish language program and, in 2010, was nominated for The Deadline Club Award for best investigative reporting.
Ms. Sarnoff was educated at the School of Sacred Heart and Columbia University where she majored in political science with a minor in U.S. history. Sarnoff obtained a Certificate of Studies from The Harvard Business School, “Program on Negotiations.” She has two children with her former husband, Daniel J. Sarnoff, grandson of Brigadier General, David Sarnoff, founder of NBC who oversaw the construction of Radio Free Europe during World War II.