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Interview with Sharon Simpson Joseph: Juvenile Justice Fund Fights to Stop the Prostitution of Girls in Georgia

January 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · CFO Interview, CFOradio

Sharon Simpson Joseph and Lorraine ChilversThrough Sharon Simpson Joseph’s career she has practiced as an attorney, advocate and national speaker.  She is a graduate of Stanford Law School, a member of Stanford Law Review, and a member of the California State Bar.  Sharon is the author of And How My Spirit Soars: Learning to Pack for an Extraordinary Journey.  As Executive Director of the JJF, she manages the operations and finances of this worthy non-profit supporting young girls between the ages of 6-18 years old who often are  victims of abuse at home and after leaving the home fall into prostitution as a way to survive.  Listen to this heart-felt interview with Sharon as  she explains the difficulties of managing the finances for an organization whose mission is difficult to talk about.

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