Alliance to End Human Trafficking Celebrates Sally Duffy’s Prestigious Recognition

March 4, 2024


DATE: March 4, 2024 

CONTACT: Waed Al-Nimri, AEHT Communications Director


[BRIGHTON, MI] –  Sally’s exceptional leadership and advocacy have significantly contributed to our efforts in addressing human trafficking. Her work through Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati has inspired others to engage with our mission, driving progress and fostering support for survivors.

“We congratulate Sally on this well-deserved honor. Her tireless efforts and deep compassion have been a beacon of hope. This award reflects the critical importance of the work to end human trafficking and the impact that dedicated individuals like Sally can have,” commented Katie Boller Gosewisch, Executive Director of the Alliance to End Human Trafficking.

Sally reflected on being honored with the Award: “My hope and prayer is that this award represents the impact of the right relationship of the Sisters of Charity on our Cincinnati and Southwest Ohio region and nationally. This right relationship means ensuring that every person has God-given dignity, shared membership, and what they need to maximize their potential to contribute to the common good and to live a full and flourishing life. May we all pray to be strengthened with the grace to act justly, love tenderly, and walk humbly with our God.”

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Sally on this well-deserved honor. Her recognition as a Great Living Cincinnatian showcases the importance of her work and serves as a testament to her dedication to creating a world free from exploitation and injustice.

We are incredibly proud to have Sally as President of our Board of Directors and look forward to continuing our collaborative efforts to address human trafficking and support survivors. For more information about the Alliance to End Human Trafficking and our initiatives, please visit


About the Alliance to End Human Trafficking:

 Alliance to End Human Trafficking was founded in 2013 by a group of Catholic Sisters committed to ending human trafficking and supporting survivors. They created a national network of resources and support that includes many different congregations of women religious and mission-aligned partners. Today, this member-based organization has grown to include more than 115 congregations and another 100+ individuals and organizations spread throughout the United States. AEHT is also the U.S. member of Talitha Kum, the international network of consecrated life working to end human trafficking.