Deborah Sigmund Obituary, Death – Unexpectedly, on January 5, 2023, a woman whose name was Deborah Sigmund and who was a part of the AAFSW community passed away. Deborah, as the founder and executive director of Innocents At Risk, has been at the forefront of the fight to eradicate child labor, exploitation of children, and human trafficking in the United States of America as well as in other nations all over the world. She has been in the forefront of this fight for the better part of the past few years. During the AAFSW meeting that was held at the George C. Marshall Conference Center in October 2019, which was held in 2019, Deborah presented her story. She spoke about the extraordinary efforts that she had to do in order to assist and fight for the rights of the most vulnerable victims of horrific and slave-like situations.
She was able to do this because she had the support of her family and friends. She spoke into detail about the extraordinary efforts that she had to put out. She gave very clear instructions regarding the measures that she needed to take in order to handle the problem successfully. More material, some of which is currently available on our website, will be presented at this event, which is going to be given the name “Innocents at Risk.” The month of January 2023 will be recognized as “National Human Trafficking Prevention Month” thanks to President Joe Biden’s proclamation, and related events will take place all over the United States.
month of January marks the month in which this proclamation will be made official. Since 2005, Deborah has been at the forefront of this fight, working tirelessly to educate people about the horrifying atrocities that are associated with the practice of child trafficking in the United States as well as throughout the rest of the world. She has been at the forefront of this fight because she is committed to ending the practice of trafficking children for the purpose of exploiting them for sexual purposes. Because of the dedication that she has shown to this important cause, she has been able to effect positive change.