MISSION

UNITING front-line providers to Recognize, Respond, Report, and Reclaim victims of human trafficking.

VISION

We have high expectations that our trauma-informed, victim-centered training and evidence-based protocols, as well as responsive implementation will be instituted in hospitals locally and across the United States.

THE "WHY" BEHIND THE FIGHT

Our non-profit organization was born with a vision to change common stereotypes and myths, provide proper trauma-informed education and protocol implementation to end modern day slavery. 

We believe Reclaim611 efforts can directly impact victim outcomes, as well as potentially detain the perpetrator(s).

RECLAIM + 611

Restoring Every Captive by Listening, Asking, Intervening, and Mobilizing

ISAIAH 61:1,"The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners."

WHO WE ARE

Our founders are healthcare providers who are passionate about disrupting the $150 billion dollar global industry of human trafficking. 

Their enthusiasm for people and justice, extensive experience in healthcare and the impact of the issue of human trafficking in the very places they live and work are what propelled them to create Reclaim611 and step into the fight.

EXECUTIVE TEAM

Welcome to Reclaim611. My name is Carrie Schirato and I am a wife, a mother of four, and a Nurse Practitioner. For the past 13 years I have worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner in the emergency room and trauma center. My favorite thing about emergency medicine is variety; in any given shift there may be an opportunity to save a life, perform an emergent procedure, empathize with the hurting, encourage those who are broken in spirit, advocate for the needy, make someone laugh through their fears, mourn with the grieving, and look into the eyes of another human being to see if there is something they are telling me that they may not be able to express.

In 2017, I co-founded an anti-human trafficking non-profit organization called Reclaim611, with two of my long-time friends and colleagues. We each carry our own experiences with the recollection of possible missed victims, however through proper education, training and protocol implementation, share victories of now “seeing” victims.


Hi, I'm Carrie Taylor and I am a wife, mother of 2 sweet girls, Registered Nurse, abolitionist and a co-founder of Reclaim611. I have over 13 years of healthcare experience as a Registered Nurse.  Although I love caring for my patients and serving them as a bedside nurse, I became acutely aware of an undiagnosed need within the healthcare system. 

Staggering statistics regarding human trafficking victims and healthcare providers led me to step into the fight to end human trafficking.

I now spend my days working to further this cause and can often be found at conferences and events, or just about any forum for public speaking that will allow me to drive awareness around this global epidemic. Need a speaker, I’m your gal!


I’m Candace Rich and a North Texas native who has worked in the DFW hospital systems for the last 13 years; the last 6 years in pediatric medicine as a Nurse Practitioner.

After learning about the high incidences of human trafficking victims that have contact with healthcare professionals and the lack of knowledge and preparedness to respond, Reclaim611 was born. I believe it is healthcare professionals and hospital systems due diligence to be educated and have the proper protocol in place to respond to our most vulnerable and unseen victims.

Reclaim611 exists to fill this gap and unite front-line providers.


My name is Lainey Nakhleh and I am a wife to an amazing servant leader, mother of two rambunctious boys, marketer by day, human trafficking victim advocate by night.

My super power is multi-tasking and God continues to stir my heart to use the gifts He’s given me to join Reclaim611 and step into the fight to end human trafficking.

I call DFW home and am proud to be a graduate in communications from Baylor University…before Waco was known for Chip and Joanna Gaines! I have 13 years of marketing experience but don’t like to call it work, it’s more of a creative outlet.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dr. John Garrett currently serves as Medical Director for healthcare improvement at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Dallas. He serves as Vice Chief Quality Officer for Integrative Emergency Services.

After completing his fellowship in EMS medical directorship, disaster response and pre-hospital research at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, Garrett relocated to Baylor Scott & White in Dallas. His research efforts at Baylor have focused on implementation science, bringing the newest developments in resuscitation science to the ED’s of Baylor Scott & White Health, improving systems of care delivery to prevent avoidable patient harm, and the development of operational interventions to address rapid recognition of critical illness.


Judge Kimberly Johnson earned a J.D., cum laude, from Southern Methodist Law School and a M.S, cumlaude, and B.B.A., cum laude, from the University of North Texas. She has been recognized by numerous organizations including, but not limited to, National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys, DCEO’s Women Leaders in the Law, Law 360’s Female Powerbrokers, and as a Texas Rising Star and Super Lawyer.

In addition, Judge Johnson serves on a number of community boards, including ReClaim611, Dallas CASA Children’s Council, Women’s Auxiliary, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas, and Dallas Summer Musicals. She also regularly volunteers at her church, Highland Park United Methodist Church, and her children’s schools. Judge Johnson and her husband Brett, have five children, ages 16, 12, 11, 9, and 7.


Cynthia Schmidt is an attorney and teacher living in Dallas. After clerking for Judge Barbara M.G. Lynn, the Chief Judge of the Northern District of Texas, she practiced law at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, where she specialized in defending fortune-500 companies from high-stakes consumer class actions.

Though still an active member of the Texas Bar, Cynthia is taking time away from her law practice to spend time with her growing family and teach theology at Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. Cynthia has been an avid supporter of Reclaim611 since meeting in 2017.


Cristina Squiers is an associate in the Dallas office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. She practices in the firm’s Litigation Department. She received her law degree magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Law Review and was inducted into the Order of the Coif. While in law school, Squiers participated in the Criminal Defense and Child Advocacy Clinics. She also completed an externship with Judge Catharina Haynes of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

Ms. Squiers graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and was named a recipient of the University’s ReachOut Fellowship. Before law school, Ms. Squiers worked at a foster care agency in Philadelphia, where she started a mentoring program for youth exiting the foster care system.


ADVISORY BOARD

Dr. Lauren Fine's background is in emergency medicine. She is currently a practicing ER physician in a busy, Level 1 Trauma Center in Dallas, Texas. She believes human trafficking is a public health problem and feels that emergency rooms are in a unique position to identify and support survivors of human trafficking.

Dr. Fine serves on the Advisory Board of Reclaim611. She provides valuable insights from her role as a critical care physician who is on the front lines in the ER where many trafficked victims find themselves at some point in their journey.

JOIN US IN THE FIGHT!

We cannot fight this cruel epidemic alone. There is a huge opportunity for us to leverage our professional healthcare experience and influence to make a dramatic impact in helping human trafficking victims.

The key is to educate our healthcare providers with the protocols and tools they need to recognize, respond, and report the trafficked people flowing through our hospitals.

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