Andi Buerger is the Founder and Chair of Voices Against Trafficking™, an international organization dedicated to ending human trafficking in the United States and abroad.

She also served as the Executive Director of Beulah’s Place, a 501(c)3 nonprofit serving at-risk homeless teens in danger of abuse, trafficking or other criminally predatory activities for fourteen years. Andi, herself a victim of unspeakable abuse, is a highly sought-after international speaker and advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves.

With degrees in law and in business administration, Andi has enjoyed success in many industries. Her book, A Fragile Thread of Hope - One Survivor’s Quest to Rescue, is available on, where 45% of the net proceeds go to victims of child abuse and sex trafficking.

Andi is regularly heard across the airwaves and on television podcasts, speaking in person whenever possible, including on Capitol Hill. By sharing her personal story as a victim of familial abuse and trafficking, Andi is creating greater awareness of human trafficking, child exploitation, and the devastating cost to America's future.

Andi and her husband, Ed, have been married for 22 years. They recently adopted their adult daughter, who was one of the girls they rescued eight years ago and whose story

appears in A Fragile Thread of Hope - One Survivor’s Quest to Rescue under the pseudo name “Allison”.