Board of Directors
President & Founder, Constance "Connie" Huntsman, practices law in Washington, D.C. She has contracted with entities, such as the US Federal Reserve Board, and was a Supervising Attorney with Crowell & Moring LLP. Her work to combat human trafficking has involved providing legal counsel on immigration cases for human trafficking survivors and conducting over 60 trainings and public speaking engagements on human trafficking, including appearances on television and radio. Formerly, Connie was a Program Manager (P-5) with the United Nations Development Group (including the UN Development Program (UNDP), UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), UN Population Fund (UNFPA) and the World Food Program (WFP)), to reform their global "common services" business operations, which had an impact on all UN field offices worldwide (over 140 offices). She oversaw their common services training program in 20 UN Country Offices and their seed money grant program in 45 UN Country Offices. While at the UN, she served as Vice President for the Group on Equal Rights for Women at the UN, to ensure equal rights protection for women UN staff members. Prior to her legal career, Connie was a Senior Engineer in the Flight Test Division with Northrop Grumman Corporation working on government contracting issues.
Connie earned a Juris Doctorate degree with honors (cum laude) and a Master’s degree with highest marks in International Relations, both from The American University. For a year-abroad program, she studied public international law at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, and during law school, she was Senior Staff for the Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law. Connie also earned a Bachelors degree in Applied Mathematics from UCLA and has a Certificate in Engineering Program Management from Cal Tech University. Connie can be contacted at [email protected].
Vice President & Founder, Davina Adanna Ugochukwu, practices law in Washington, D.C., and has served in the area of international human rights for nearly a decade. During her legal career, she worked with the United Nation's International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia as a Legal Officer Intern in the Appeals Chamber, as well as with the Robert F. Kennedy Justice Center's International Strategic Litigation Unit. Davina has worked on a diverse array of human rights cases, including special juvenile victims, domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual violence and gender perspectives in times of conflict, and technology's impact on human rights law. She obtained her Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law where she co-founded a professional anti-human trafficking group that mentored professionals on how to use their skills to combat human trafficking in the United States.In addition to her Juris Doctorate degree, Davina has a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in international human rights law, with a particular focus on business and its impact on human rights and human trafficking. In the span of three years, she obtained two Bachelors degrees from the University of Texas at Austin in English, with a focus on black literature, and Theater. Throughout her college years, Davina acted as the Outreach Chair for the Austin Chapter of Stand Up for Kids, a national non-profit aimed at helping street and homeless minors. Davina can be reached at [email protected].
Board member, Dr. Baruch Yehudah, is a widely sought after television and radio personality with well over 30 years of experience as an entrepreneur, restaurateur, public speaker, published author, and health advocate. He is CEO and owner of E-life Media, a TV and radio broadcasting channel that promotes human and civil rights, business, current events, history, politics, nutrition, and spirituality, and broadcasts live music, such as soul, jazz, and gospel. Dr. Baruch has been featured on the nationally syndicated Michael Baisden Show, which reaches an audience of over 8 million daily. His aim is to empower others by introducing concepts that initiate personal change from the inside out. Also celebrating over 21 years as a restaurateur, Dr. Baruch is currently the CEO and founder of Everlasting Life Restaurant & Lounge, Evolve Vegan Restaurant, E-Life on Wheels, and Vegaritos. He aims to use his breadth of experience in business and human rights advocacy to advance the mission of eradicating human trafficking with the Trinity Human Rights Group. Dr. Baruch can be contacted at [email protected].