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Georgia’s first lady names Delta exec to trafficking commission

Georgia’s first lady Marty Kemp has named a Delta Air Lines executive to her newly-created commission to combat human trafficking.

Delta senior vice president of in-flight service Allison Ausband will be the airline’s representative on the first lady’s Georgians for Refuge, Action, Compassion, and Education (GRACE) Commission. The first lady plans in coming weeks to name to the commission public officials, experts and representatives from law enforcement, for-profit and non-profit organizations, faith-based institutions.

“It’s definitely a very important issue for me,” Marty Kemp said. Delta, through training of its employees on recognizing the signs of human trafficking, has “been leading the way,” she said.

Ausband said that through the commission, “we want to certainly share what Delta is doing,” learn from others and collaborate.

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