We are so excited to celebrate this inspiring, beautiful, giving, amazing human, Samira!
She has been working as a social worker for the last 10 years where in her work with refugees she meets teenagers used and tricked into the cruel world of sex trafficking. Their strengths, stories and lives inspired her to go back to school to get a degree in criminal psychology. Samira is also passionate about providing opportunities for young women in 3rd world countries to get an education. ✨✨✨
this is what she loves about her body..
Over the years I've learned to appreciate my body because it is mine and only mine. There's no other body in this world like mine and I kinda like that.. I love that it carries me everywhere and fights for me fiercely to get better when I'm sick. This body has a killer gut instinct that warns me when things or people aren't alright.
Samira's soul purpose is..
My purpose in life is to fight for those that can't fight for themselves, the ones without a voice. In my work with refugees and mentoring young people I get to live my purpose everyday and I truly feel blessed. My gift to this world is to make someone who feels that they are forgotten like they're not alone and that their light is brighter than they can ever imagine.
her message to other women...
I wish women would remember that they are magical just the way they are. I wish women always helped each other and grew together in doing so. I wish they could focus on their inner beauty more than what's on the outside and just shine as the stars that they are. I wish women knew how powerful they are and use that power to spread love.
We are living in a time where women, young girls and boys are sold and used as sex slaves. Any cause that works against sex trafficking is close to my heart. The most powerful tool we have is education. So we need to be educated about this to recognize it and put an end to it when it happens around us, because it is EVERYWHERE. I truly admire the work CAST LA, ECPAT, A21 and The Emancipation Network just to mention a few, do in their fight against human trafficking.