Alice Jay serves as a Case Manager and Victim Advocate with Detroit based organization and the 36th District Court.
Alice is a survivor of child abduction, human trafficking, and sexual exploitation. She has 18 years of recovery, and is a graduate from the House of Metamorphosis, a 2 year behavioral modification program. After graduation, she began working as a recovery coach and House Manager for a women's residential recovery program for drug treatment. She also became a Certified Nurse’s Assistant 2008- 2015 and managed end-of-life care and direct care for the critically ill.
Alice Johnson is the Author of two books, "Out of The Darkness (A Survivor's Story)" and "Who Am I Now?", a workshop series that focuses on self-identification, healing, and redirection, written specifically for survivors of all ages. She is a speaker and consultant on human trafficking. She is the Founder of Sister Survivors and The GateWay survivor national connection. She is on several task force and advisory boards. She is a Fellow of the Human Trafficking Leadership Academy Office of Trafficking in Persons.