Together we are better
When communities who are directly affected by human trafficking and organizations that care about the victim's recovery come together,  great things get done.

When voices come together people get heard. 
When surivors come on the scene they make it better by being a beacon of hope and a light in the darkness.

In every working recovery process there is hope that only a survivor who has been there and done that and has found a way out can bring a sense of hope.  If I can do it you can too, without judgement, condemnation or prejuidice.  Surviors make recovery from HT appear possible, not a life sentence.
“I freed thousands of slaves but I could have freed thousands more if they only knew they were Slaves”
Harriet Tubman 

Sister Survivors is currently a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All efforts to do the great things we do are done out of generosity and  kindness. We have a lot to offer and need to be able to give more freely.

We welcome any contribution you can give to help us reach our goal to:

1. Bring awareness

2. Rally for freedom and justice

3. Cover workshop expenses

4. Fund the recovery celebrations

Mary Kapp
Mary Kapp has been an enlisted member of the Michigan State Police for 31 years, serving in many capacities including patrol, investigations, surveillance, training, post Commander, and Gaming Section commander.  She currently serves as a Section Commander in charge of the MSP Downriver Area Narcotics Organization (DRANO).  She is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and has a Bachelor of Science degree in sports medicine from Central Michigan University.  She has been a volunteer and advocate for many human trafficking initiatives, and is working to educate citizens on how to combat it.
Candace Johnson

Candace Johnson is a Revenue Cycle Consultant for Henry Ford Health System.  She
recently graduated from the University of Michigan, receiving her Master of
Health Services Administration and Master of Business Administration in April of 2017. 
For the last 4 years before grad school she worked for Chrysler doing a myriad of jobs onthe manufacturing line, leading productions teams and performing quality data analysis. She decided to transition into healthcare administration where she could transfer the skills she honed at Chrysler to a space where she can enable health care professionals to provide quality healthcare and make a positive and tangible impact on people’s lives. Candace has bachelor’s degrees in Spanish and Japanese Language & Culture from the University of Michigan. Her interests include population health, women’s and children’s health, and enabling hospitals to provide quality healthcare to underserved populations.


Jessica Mays


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By donating to Sister Survivors you are shining more light onto a dark worldthat exists everyday. You will help us continue spreading awareness and helping other survivors get through a dark time. Thank You!