Mollie Thorsen

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U.S. Director of Advocacy, A21

Mollie Thorsen is a part of the A21 D.C. founding team as U.S. director of advocacy.

Thorsen hosts the annual D.C. Walk For Freedom, mobilizing thousands of people throughout Washington, D.C., to raise awareness of human trafficking. In addition, she leads A21’s Can You See Me? campaign, implemented in transportation hubs across the U.S.

She is co-founder and COO of The Little Burros, a manufacturing company that creates innovative garden tools. It was named a top garden tool by Popular Mechanics, Newsday, International Business Times, Sunset magazine, among others, and was awarded the Bronze in International Design Awards. In honor of her late sister Becca’s advocacy, The Little Burros donates a portion of all sales to A21 to fight human trafficking.

Thorsen holds a bachelor’s degree in art history, criticism, and conservation from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia.

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