Keisha Head

Board Member

Activist, Advocate, Motivational Speaker and Survivor of Child Sex Trafficking. Mrs. Keisha Head has been passionately involved with serving commercially sexually exploited children (CSEC) victims for the past five years. As a survivor of domestic child sex trafficking she speaks, trains, and advocates throughout all the various state agencies who have contact with potential CSEC victims. She has been called upon by the US Department of Justice as an expert and advocates for legislation that protects victims of human trafficking. She uses her personal story of being a victim, turned survivor, emerged leader, to serve as the voice for countless others who aren’t strong enough to speak for themselves. In 2011 Head was awarded the Paul Howard’s Fulton County District Attorney “Voices for Victims” award. Head has been featured in numerous local and national news articles and has appeared on various televised broadcasts, including FOX News, to spread awareness nationally. In 2012, her first televised interview “How to Stop the Candy Shop” conducted by PBA’s Ross Scott received the southeastern Emmy. In 2013 Head was awarded the Darkness to Light Voice of Courage Award and featured in D2L National training DVD to educate and bring awareness to sexual abuse. Apart from Advocating and mentoring, Head’s vision is to start a Non- profit Organization (Project 360 Degrees) which offers mentoring programs that will help empower women and children whose lives have been derailed by domestic sex trafficking and sexual abuse. Head resides in Atlanta, GA and is a wife and the proud mother of four talented and beautiful children. Head is a writer working towards publishing her first novel titled “Motherless child”.