Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D., Senior Fellow at the Beverly LaHaye Institute, the think tank for Concerned Women for America, is a recognized authority on sex trafficking, the United Nations, U.S. domestic issues, as well as national and international cultural, children’s and women’s concerns. She has twice served the President as an official delegate to the United Nations (2002 and 2003). She serves on five national Task Forces and Coalitions on national and international issues: Against Sexual Trafficking, Against Abuse of Women, Against Childhood Obesity, Promoting Human Rights, and Promoting Religious Freedom. The Heritage Foundation nominated her for the 2003 Bradley Prize for her influence on contemporary issues.
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