In 2009, a young student, Blythe Hill, challenged herself to wear a dress every day throughout December. Every December since, more people have joined Blythe’s challenge, which has become an international cause fighting to end human trafficking. Blythe is now CEO/Founder of Dressember, a nonprofit currently raising millions to support trafficking victims and survivors worldwide. “Dressember is much more than an awareness campaign; we’re a social movement rooted in the belief that all people deserve to be free. According to the International Labour Organization, human trafficking is a $150 billion industry. Dressember’s goal is to break it.”
It was great to know that the interview would be unscripted. You and Heather gave me the freedom to openly share my personal experiences with infertility and be transparent with my story.