Ms. Houbion earned an Award of Excellence for helping to organize the first social work conference focusing on human trafficking through Coker University.
MURRELLS INLET, SC, June 17, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Betty Houbion has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
A subject matter expert in human trafficking, Ms. Houbion spearheaded initiatives to institute human trafficking laws in South Carolina. Additionally, she is a licensed private investigator, and a certified human rights consultant via the U.S. Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights. Throughout her work to end human trafficking, Ms. Houbion has contributed to the first online certification course in the subject through the American Case Management Association and drafted the Safe Harbor Act to Protect Exploited Minors.
Backed by her considerable expertise, Ms. Houbion presently excels as the founding owner and president of ReZolve LLC, which offers business services for buyers and suppliers around the world. As the head of the organization, she raises funds for non-governmental organizations, addresses elder abuse and fraud, as well as human trafficking and child marriage, and works to pass equal rights amendment legislation. Alongside her work with ReZolve, she serves on the Board of the South Carolina FBI [Federal Bureau of Investigation] Citizens Academy Alumni Association, through which she and the other Alumni work to foster safe communities.
A steadfast advocate for human rights, Ms. Houbion earned a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy and French area studies at Pitzer College and a Master of Project Management degree through the Keller Graduate School of Management at DeVry University. In 2021, she also completed human rights education training, and diplomacy and protocols training through the U.S. Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights.
In recognition of her outstanding body of work, Ms. Houbion earned an Award of Excellence for helping to organize the first social work conference focusing on human trafficking through Coker University and a Certificate of Appreciation through the 108th Ordinance Battalion, 171st Infantry Brigade. She was also named Public Citizen of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers' South Carolina Chapter. While her career has been filled with standout moments, she is most proud of the impact her work has had on others, and of becoming a subject matter expert in illicit massage businesses, which has helped to rescue women who have been forced to work in said businesses. Looking ahead, Ms. Houbion aims to do her part to end human trafficking, elder abuse and fraud, as well as spend more time with her grandchildren.
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