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Humanitarian of the Year Award

BOSTON, May 16th — In recognition of her tireless efforts and significant contributions to combat human trafficking, Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux, a philanthropist and human rights advocate, has been awarded the Human Rights Activist Award.

Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux has dedicated her life to the fight against human trafficking, a global issue that affects millions of people every year. Her relentless pursuit of justice and her commitment to ending this heinous crime have made a significant impact, providing hope and support to countless.

The Human Rights Activist Award is presented annually to individuals who have made

substantial contributions to the promotion and protection of human rights. This year, the award committee unanimously selected Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux in recognition of her outstanding work in the field of anti-trafficking.

"Paradise's dedication to this cause is truly inspiring," said Sean, Chairperson of the Award Committee. "Her work has not only brought attention to the issue of human trafficking but has also provided tangible solutions and support for victims. We are honored to present her with this award."

Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux's anti-trafficking initiatives have made a profound impact in the fight against human trafficking. She has established safe houses in multiple countries, providing a secure and supportive environment for victims to recover and rebuild their lives. In addition to providing shelter, Paradise has developed and executed numerous rescue extractions, directly intervening to free warriors from their captors. These daring operations have saved countless lives and brought many traffickers to justice.

Recognizing the deep psychological trauma that victims of trafficking endure, Paradise has also prioritized mental health support. She has established partnerships with mental health professionals and organizations to ensure survivors have access to the therapeutic resources they need to heal.

These efforts, among others, have resulted in significant strides in the fight against human trafficking, providing resources, support, and hope to warriors worldwide.

Upon receiving the award, Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux said,

 “It is with great honor that I,and all of my companies, continue to fight toward causes like eradicating human trafficking. It is only when we stand, firmly, together that we show that this crime against humanity willno longer be tolerated, and those, no matter who, that are complicit in the abuse of another human will be judged accordingly."

The award ceremony took place on May 12th at the Indian Ridge Country Club. For more information about the Human Rights Activist Award or Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux's work,

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About Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux

Motivating others globally to "Embrace All That You Are, Unapologetically" Paradise strives to be a voice and refuge for the voiceless. Author, CEO of A Paradise Company - Paradise Rodriguez-Bordeaux Inc., and business solutions expert, her "unapologetic" stance serves her platform. An Empowerment Coach & Public Speaker in personal growth, professional development & entrepreneurship, she created programs to leverage her network, skills, and privileges in order to assist communities in thriving forward.

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In a momentous ceremony at the Indian Ridge Country Club on May 12th, Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux, a renowned philanthropist and human rights advocate, was honored with the esteemed Human Rights Activist Award for her unwavering commitment to combating human trafficking. Recognized for her tireless efforts, Paradise's impact in the fight against this global atrocity extends from establishing safe houses in multiple countries to executing daring rescue operations. The award highlights her substantial contributions in providing resources, support, and hope to trafficking survivors. Paradise's dedication to eradicating human trafficking remains a driving force, resonating with her motto: "Embrace All That You Are, Unapologetically."

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