Amber Goltz

Amber Goltz is originally from Denver, Colorado and holds a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and two masters degrees in Nonprofit Management and Human Rights Practice. Amber began her work in social services working with children with special needs and shortly thereafter had an opportunity to live abroad in Peru for two years. Fueling her desire to work with survivors of human trafficking she than began to work as a supervisor for a human trafficking hotline in Colorado while working with at risk children and their families. She is now the Manager of Anti-Trafficking at WOAR in Philadelphia, where she works directly with victims and survivors of human trafficking in the city as well as working with at-risk youth and provides trainings to other organizations, hospitals, law enforcement, etc. Amber also assists with victim interviewing and sits on many task forces locally and nationally. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Temple in the College of Public Health teaching a class on human trafficking to graduate students who are working toward their Masters in Social Work.