Licensees, Press, Exhibitions, and IMPACT Events

Humans are storytellers. We use storytelling to embed learning objectives in an interactive virtual reality experience to interest students in self-driven learning.

History and knowledge have been handed down for millennia through fables, songs, and stories. A list of “facts” just doesn’t make an impression like an engrossing story. The interactive VR story and its dialogue are filled with signs and information about trafficking, giving context to everything you need to remember.

Licensees receive online course logins and VR software to use in their live classes. Once students experience the interactive VR story, their interest in the educational materials is dramatically increased.

Current licenseesUniversity of North Texas Health Science Center (since 2019), middle and high schools in Texas and California, and others.

Do you need to create an event (of any size) and don’t know where to start? Let us solve that for you.

Our VR experience is the heart of our training / awareness solution, opening hearts to the problem of human trafficking. 

Your attendees participate in an unforgettable 3 Stage IMPACT experience. Stage One: A brief Introduction to Human Trafficking. Stage Two: TRAPPED: A VR Detective Story. Stage Three: On site service providers. 

We can provide live speakers, perform breakout sessions, and craft a unique event alongside your group.

Past event clients: Tony Robbins’ 60th Birthday Party (raised $18 million to fight trafficking), fundraisers for anti-trafficking groups, Texas Association of Student Councils Annual Conference, middle and high schools, universities, anti-trafficking education conferences, and training events with Operation Underground RailroadHope Rising, and Freedom Church Alliance.

See it. Believe it. “Get” it.

When it comes to learning in virtual reality, you simply have to “see it to believe it.” These experts have tried the interactive, narrative experience, TRAPPED: A VR Detective Story

 

Debbie Solcher, Central Texas Regional Administrator of the Texas Office of the Governor Child Sex Trafficking Team
Carol Smolenski, Executive Director of ECPAT-USA
Jennifer Hohman, Founder of the Houston 20 & Houston Area Against Trafficking
Lisa Knapp, Co-Founder of the Austin 20, and her husband, Dave Knapp
John Nehme, President & CEO of Allies Against Slavery
George Lynch, CEO, Traffick911
Sharon Windham, Founder & President of United For Human Dignity
Christina Arnold, Director of Prevent Human Trafficking
Texas State Representative Tony Tinderholt
Dr. HaeSung Han and Jennifer Tinker, Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of POETIC, in Dallas
Dr. Don Christian, President and Chief Executive Officer of Concordia University Texas
Angie Goeke and Board Members of Not in Our City Houston
Lauren Petrowski, co-anchor, Good Day Austin on KTBC – FOX 7 Austin
PBS Decibel’s Crew: Blair Waltman-Alexin and Joe Rocha
NBC7 San Diego‘s Digital Correspondent Danielle Radin
Andrea Sparks, Director, Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Child Sex Trafficking Team
Todd Latiolais, Associate Director, Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Child Sex Trafficking Team
Terry Hamm, Director, Texas Association of Student Councils

Uprising Wyoming‘s Terri Markham
EPIK Project‘s Justin Euteneier and volunteers
Erica Raggett, Owner, and staff of A 2nd Cup
Staff and volunteers of Refuge of Light
Staff at Love146 Houston
Hilary Sherrer, Marketing & Communication Coordinator, members of the board of directors, and other staff from The Landing
Staff at Tier One
Members of the Capital Factory board of directors, staff, and guests
Ken Rogers, Cinematic Arts Teacher, and Andrea Rogers, Data Processor at McCallum High School, Austin, Texas
Eric Chagala, Principal, and Angela Townsend, M.S., 8th Grade Math, 8th Grade History, and PBL Coach, from VIDA Middle School, Vista, California
Eric Cohen, Learning Design Coordinator, SIATech School for Integrated Academics and Technologies, Vista, California
Chenda Moore, M.Ed., Coordinator of Counseling Services, Pearland Independent School District, Pearland, Texas
University of North Texas Health Science Center‘s Martha Felini, PhD DC MPH, Associate Professor, Epidemiology, Department of OB/GYN and other UNTHSC leaders
Attendees of the FBI Citizen’s Academy’s Annual Conference
Dena Miller, Certified Mental Health Peer Specialist (MHPS), Executive Director, Peers Of Faith

Action Design Austin Texas
PBS Decibel Logo and Judy Dimaggio
UNICEF-USA transparent logo
College of Business and Communication Concordia University Austin Texas
Austin American-Statesman
AR Post
B.B. Lemon Radical Empathy Education Foundation Event
Fox 7 Austin
VR Scout Logo
Christopher Jordan Curious Realm Dudes and Beer
The Facts Brazoria County Texas
University of North Texas Health Science Center
Prevent Human Trafficking
Radical Empathy Education Foundation REDM
University of Texas The Daily Texan
NBC 4 Pay Area Radical Empathy Education Foundation
College of Business and Communication Concordia University Austin Texas Incubator CTX for Innovation and Impact
Refuge of Light
Exhibited our Anti-trafficking program
Traffick911 Anti-trafficking group logo
VIDA Vista Unified School District Principal Eric Chagala
2021 Open Hearts Challenge
Photo by Phil Warner
University of North Texas Health Science Center
Photo by Phil Warner

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Radical Empathy Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to ending human trafficking in one generation.