Human trafficking survivor receives award

Survivor led organization makes positive impact

SAN DIEGO, CA (Tuesday, February 12th at 9:00 a.m.)-As a follow up to Human Trafficking Awareness Month, Supervisor Gaspar will honor Marjorie Saylor, Human Trafficking Survivor, Founder/CEO of The Well Path will be honored at San Diego County Board of Supervisor’s meeting at County Administration Complex, located at 1600 Pacific Highway, Room 310.

Marjorie is a survivor of many forms of exploitation and aims to be an example of hope and encouragement for other survivors. Her nonprofit organization, The Well Path, provides much needed healing and resources for victims of human trafficking in San Diego. She also oversees a safe house for survivors through another organization as their Director of Client Services. Marjorie has made it her mission to help bridge resources for human trafficking victims seeking stable housing and safe exit from exploitation. With most programs not offering emergency resources, she is committed to making that change through her organization. The Well Path has provided over 50 nights for victims to safely exit the sex trade and provides ongoing assistance to ensure lower recidivism back to prostitution. Marjorie is furthering her work to break the cycle of exploitation in San Diego with The Well Path set to open a new safe housing program later this year.

"Shining a light on the path to healing from exploitation”

The Well Path is a survivor run program, committed to helping others successfully exit a life of exploitation. They believe there is life after trauma and that it can be one where we can not only survive the trauma, but thrive in life as well. Long term goals are to provide a sanctuary for women survivors of adult sexual exploitation and or human sex trafficking while focusing on the key educational components of the program.

About The Well Path San Diego:

The Well Path San Diego is a 501(c)(3) organization established in 2017 in San Diego, CA. The mission of The Well Path is to empower survivors of human trafficking. Marjorie Saylor, Founder/CEO will be honored by Supervisor Kristin Gaspar at the Board of Supervisor’s meeting on Tuesday, February 12th at 9:00 a.m. Marjorie works with human trafficking victims in San Diego providing outreach, emergency services and community resources through The Well Path.

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Tuesday, February 12th at 9:00 a.m.


County Administration Complex

1600 Pacific Highway, room 310.

San Diego, CA 92101


Open to the public