Hispanic Women Inspiring Others $10,000 Competition – Virginia Isaias

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Hispanic Women Inspiring Others $10,000 Competition.

Virginia Isaías and “Survivors of Human Trafficking Foundation”.

The national magazine “Siempre Mujer” is holding its 6th annual competition of Hispanic inspiring women with $10,000 as the prize for the winning not-for-profit.

Virginia Isaías, President and Founder of “Human Trafficking Survivors Foundation” (Fundación de Sobrevivientes de Tráfico Humano – FSTH.org) is a contestant.

  • FSTH is Orange County, CA based and is only made up of volunteers and no one receives any pay.
  • In the USA about 300,000 American and immigrant children are sexually exploited, and 100,000’s more women in the USA and worldwide.  People are surprised that this happens here in the USA.

The winning person, by the most votes through FACEBOOK will win $10,000 for their not-for-profit organization for their activities

Please Vote for Virginia Isaías, and ask your friends to also vote!!!


TO VOTE – See the Link below & Look Click on Virginia’s name:




CLICK Here for Virginia Isaías and her Siempre Mujer magazine interview.

CLICK Here for the 6-minute Siempre Mujer video of the Participants – in Spanish.



Virginia Isaías is a kidnap and human trafficking victim and survivor.  Virginia  founded Human Trafficking Survivors Foundation (“Fundación de Sobrevivientes de Tráfico Humano” – www.fsth.org)  and is focused on providing  free support and innovative programs to survivors of violence, exploitation and slavery, so survivors can ensure their human dignity and full potential.  Virginia is also focused on educating the public to be alert, to prevent and to raise awareness of exploitation and human trafficking so it may one day cease to exist.

  • Virginia is making a significant difference on the lives of abused children, domestic violence victims & human trafficking survivors.
  • She has been funding her foundation with her life-savings.

According to Virginia, she gives the following advice to someone who has the desire to make a difference the way she has?

Get actively involved.  Stay focused and determined.  Know that faceless, voiceless, and powerless victims need us so that they too can have their freedom, their families, and their lives back”.


And Virginia also wants you to know that, “Your life, your freedom, and your dignity are the most precious gifts that you have.  Truly cherish them and you will have strength and happiness!  And please share of yourself, and join us so that others can have this opportunity!”




Virginia Isaías has spoken at the following:

  • United Nations in NYC;
  • Harvard University;
  • USC (University of Southern California)
  • California Endowment & UC Berkeley joint conference on global health issues affecting immigrant communities hosted
  • Pepperdine University
  • at churches, with other community focused groups, and at various conferences.



  • Virginia was a 2011 recipient of “Women Making a Difference” by CA Senator Lou Correa.
  • Virginia has successfully established a series of free periodic workshops on domestic violence and human trafficking prevention in Orange County, CA.
  • She is also assisting survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking with basic needs, and empowering them to take charge of their lives so they can live happy, dignified and self-fulfilling lives.
  • Furthermore, although Virginia lacks a traditional college education, she is self-taught, and has earned several mental health certificates.  She is also very proud of her oldest son earning an engineering degree.
  • Virginia is always working on improving herself, while at the same time she brings together specialists from various areas: business, academia, community leaders, and mental health professionals to educate the community and empower survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking through the periodic free workshops.

Contributions, which are tax-deductible, are welcome.

Checks can be made out to FSHT and mailed to 1415 E. Vermont Ave, Anaheim, CA 92805



For more information about FSTH and its activities, please contact:

Virginia Isaias, President and Founder at 714-469-4186 / visaias@fsth.org or info@fsth.org

Or Francisco J. Barragán 714-605-2544 cell / barraganfj@gmail.com


See fsth.org (in Spanish)

See http://fsth.org/english_site/home.html (in English)



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