Allison Trowbridge is a writer, speaker and social entrepreneur who is passionate about empowering millennial women to impact their world. She is the author of "Twenty-Two: Letters to a Young Woman Searching for Meaning," which released in April, 2017 with Thomas Nelson. Allison has spent most of the past decade working against human trafficking and modern-day slavery, first at Not For Sale and then with The Freedom Fund. She was an early partner at Just Business, an impact investment firm addressing the root causes of slavery, and today she advises social enterprises and nonprofits on strategy, branding, and partnerships. Allison is a graduate of Westmont College in Santa Barbara and the Said School of Business at the University of Oxford.