At 13 years old, Ingrid Johnson’s daughter was kidnapped and held captive for 11 months. Searching the streets of New Jersey and New York, with minimum support, Ingrid – a mother of three – used every instinct she could muster to find her daughter.

Now she works tirelessly to ensure that no one’s daughter is a victim of human trafficking. She volunteers with Covenant House of Newark, works with the Newark and New Jersey Coalition against Human Trafficking, and has served on boards such as Nancy's Place, Communities in Cooperation, and the Sanar Wellness Institute. I

ngrid has also testified before the New Jersey Senate to advocate for legislation to support laws and services to assist victims. Most important of all, she has given hope to mothers and fathers who are searching for their missing children.