Founded & Led by Survivors of Sex Trafficking

There is no better expertise than lived experience. Our nationally recognized leadership is here to help your community end the demand for victims.
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Kimberly Mull, MVSM

Chief Executive Officer

Kimberly Mull is a child sex trafficking survivor who overcame insurmountable odds to achieve her happiness. Her exploitation began at the age of 11, but Kimberly eventually began the long road to rebuilding her life and mental health. Through therapy, education, and the kindness of others, she was able to put the trauma of her experiences to use and focus on creating a new future for herself and others. She earned her BA in Pre-Law/Public Policy and her MS in Victim Services Management. A nationally recognized expert in public policy on victims' rights and sexual violence, Kimberly joins JaneSchool to ensure survivors of sex trafficking and prostitution receive restorative justice through sex buyers accountability and re-education.

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Grant Monroe

Chief Operational Officer

Grant Monroe is a man of many talents and unwavering passion. With over 15 years of experience as an entrepreneur in the gaming industry of Las Vegas, he has established himself as a leader in his field. But, besides his professional accolades, Grant holds a bachelor's degree in sociology, evidence of his enduring commitment to personal growth and the betterment of society. He firmly believes in giving back to his community, particularly by supporting animal rescues and veteran causes. The dedication and drive he brings to his craft is exceptional and we are excited to see it translated into the role of JaneSchool’s COO.

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Ashley Lowe, MSW

Behavioral Health Director

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Teresa Forliti

Education Coordinator

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Our Commitment

We are committed to creating employment and career advancement opportunities for survivors of human trafficking and adverse childhood experiences. 
Traditional learning opportunities, such as formal education and internships, are often barriers for many survivors. This is why at JaneSchool:
  • Survivors shall be prioritized for all open positions and credited for life experience.
  • We strive to be a trauma-informed employer and work with each individual to meet their individual mental health and work style needs.
  • JaneSchool will work with institutions to create appropriate learning opportunities for those needing education credit.
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