As part of its mission to end exploitation the Klein Frank Foundation trains and empowers new leaders to tackle the challenges of our time. Our leadership projects and programs have made a profound difference in the United States and around the world.  With just a glance at the news we can see failure to utilize our resources and people power to have our world work.   The world needs leaders who have the tools to effectively tackle challenges.  The Klein Frank Foundation is committed to meet this need.  

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Become the authentic and effective leader you have dreamed of being. Dare to commit to making a profound difference. Be inspired, challenged, and empowered. The Leadership Course and Anti-Human Trafficking Summits will help you discover your strengths and put them into practice. Why wait? Do What Matters.

Mission and Training

The Klein Frank Foundation believes that education, creating jobs, supporting economies, providing safety and rule of law for displaced and vulnerable people are the keys to stopping exploitation and human trafficking.  We work in three areas:  law, community empowerment, and leadership development.   Join us.

Without effective leaders, we cannot tackle the challenges that face us. The Klein Frank Foundation offers two forms of leadership, empowerment, and community building trainings. The Leadership Course is provided to organizations in joint venture projects with certified Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course Consultants. This Course is not presented merely as ideas to be understood and mastered. Rather, participants work on real world project to master being a leader and leadership. The Klein Frank Foundation organizes Summits and community gatherings to bring awareness and help platform relationships to end human trafficking, homelessness, runaway youth, and poverty.

The law of human trafficking is a relatively new legal framework that has come a long way but needs the thinking and work of dedicated trial lawyers in order to end the crime.   We have seen, over the past 40 years, that the efforts of trial lawyers in partnership with government and activists have brought enormous advances in the quality of life –  the use of seatbelts – and diminishing distracted driving, smoking, DDT, Asbestos, and unsafe products.   So far, activists, poorly funded NGO’s, and outgunned law enforcement have worked on law, policy and awareness, but now it is time to end the crime. Continue reading “The Issue”