1. Nicole,

    We met at a high school in Ashburn along with the Just Ask Prevention when they gave a presentation on human trafficking. Your own testimony was powerful. I received a door hanger on our door in Purcellville today for your campaign for the Office of Commonwealth’s Attorney replacing Jim Plowman.

    I would like to have the opportunity to speak with you sometime about your plans to continue fighting human trafficking in Loudoun County. I started Double Doors in January to raise awareness and funds for other organizations such as Just Ask, NOVA-HTI and Mobile Hope locally and The Exodus Road and Operation Underground Railroad internationally. I hope that you can join us in Purcellville for a closed door networking session with many agencies and groups from noon to 3 pm on Sunday June 30th followed by a concert with three out of state bands, The proceeds will go to those organizations.

    After hearing your remarks about what you experienced with your daughter, I began reaching out to Mall Management companies to see what understanding they have of the situation of predators trolling in their food courts and to challenge them to be part of the “Not In” movement. That means “Not in my Mall, Not in my School, etc. Though they may not have committed a crime at that point, these predators need to get the message that they are not welcome in our County.

    Would you be available to share your vision over a cup of coffee sometime? Please let me know.


    Doug Gilbert
    Double Doors, Inc.

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