Jamie Rosseland actively and passionately pursues to offset the negative impact of sexual exploitation for victims and survivors in Northeast Florida. By sharing her lived experiences and unique perspective, Jamie is driven to change the cultural view of the sex trade industry. Jamie has worked at several non-profits, including Rethreaded, Free Our Girls, and the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center seeking to use her skills to improve care and educate the community.
Jamie has presented at conferences all over the state of Florida and the nation including at the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence Summit, the Florida Human Trafficking Summit, the See the Girl Summit, and at several Shared Hope International conferences. In 2018, Jamie received the Survivor of the Year Award presented by the Attorney General.
In her professional and personal life, she is an advocate, spending much of her time educating the public on critical issues surrounding domestic sex trafficking and helping survivors overcome the challenges they face on their road to resilience and fullness.