Sarah Frazer is the National Director of Residential Programming of Selah Freedom, the nation’s leading anti-sex trafficking organization with four strong programs: Advocacy & Awareness, Outreach, Residential and Prevention. She is passionate about serving survivors recovering from trauma, helping them discover their true value and accomplish their dreams and goals. She joined Selah Freedom in 2016 as a part of the team which launched the organization’s first safe home in Chicagoland. As the dynamic leader of the Residential Program, she oversees programming helping survivors step into the freedom they deserve. 


Frazer attended DePaul University, Dominican University’s graduate school of social work and has been working in the social services and mental health field since 2008.

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