Angela Guanzon is an advocate, consultant, and survivor of labor trafficking. She serves as an Advisory Board member for Freedom United and she’s also a member of the CAST Survivor Leadership Program where she serves in a leadership role to change systems and pass laws to protect victims. She advocated and worked closely to pass the California law SB 477, a law that regulates the services of foreign labor contractors, and it requires them to register with the Labor Commissioner. Angela provides training to healthcare providers, victim advocates, and law enforcement. She participated in the development of the 40 hour Human Trafficking Investigation course with the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST), and the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime Professional Development for Human Trafficking Survivors pilot training. Angela is a 2016 Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Fellow of National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center (NHTTAC).