Meiko Taylor spent 8 years working in a residential facility with at-risk youth in foster care and on probation. After learning some of these teens had been sex trafficked, Meiko developed a passion for prevention.

A filmmaker by trade, she created a hiphop film aimed at educating teens on some of the tactics used by sex traffickers to recruit. Meiko joined Selah Freedom as the Prevention Director to continue to fight against trafficking.

Meiko holds a Bachelor's degree from Loyola University Chicago and a MBA.

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