Meet the Gifted and Dedicated Staff of Georgia Cares:
Olivia Kemp, Training and Resource Coordinator
In this role, she establishes relationships with local business corporations and organizations to solicit in-kind donations, donated services and goods, monetary donations. She also leads DMST trainings throughout the state of Georgia to help communities understand the signs and symptoms of domestic minor sex trafficking and be equipped to respond if needed.
Mrs. Kemp obtained her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work from Georgia State University and initially became interested in the issue of sex trafficking back in 2013 when she was a volunteer mentor with adult sex trafficking survivors. She then continued her passion for the issue of sex trafficking by becoming involved in the legislative process for the Safe Harbor/Rachel’s Law act in 2015. In the last couple years, Olivia has worked directly with single homeless women and their children by providing case management and has been a director of afterschool programs provided through the YMCA of Metro Atlanta. Mrs. Kemp brings her passion for eradicating domestic minor sex trafficking by equipping communities with knowledge about the issue and building community partnerships to support the youth being served.