The Nomi Network was founded when a young woman traveled to Cambodia for a research fellowship, and encountered young girls exploited by the sex-trafficking business. Diana Mao, together with Alissa Moore, formed the Nomi Network, which they named after a special, mentally-challenged child-victim named Nomi.
The Network works to assist vulnerable women and girls develop skills to produce and market products, and to increase the capacity for employers to provide living wages. Nomi also raises awareness globally about trafficking, which increases demand for Nomi products.
Central members George Ross and Kathy Weida sit on the Nomi Board. Central supports Nomi’s efforts through the Members in Mission Team. You, too, can help. Visit www.nominetwork.org to learn more.