FAIR Girls Survivor Advocate and Nursing Student
Tutu Scott is a FAIR Girls Survivor Advocate and DC native. As a survivor advocate, Tutu has provided mentorship to young women exiting human trafficking and used her experiences to advocate for safer policies for young women survivors of all forms of trafficking. In 2015, Tutu co-wrote her first stage production, DC Traffick, in collaboration with Arena State and FAIR Girls. DC Traffick is in part based on Tutu's own path into and out of sex trafficking. Currently, Tutu is enrolled in nursing school at Prospect College and continues to mentor young women survivors of trafficking. Tutu's greatest passion is empowering girls to see their inner beauty and strength.