The OTC Commitment to Help End Human Trafficking
OGTAG was initially started by an oil and gas software company, OVS Group and co-founded by energy executives, Alex Alvarez and Jennifer Hohman to raise awareness about the issue of human trafficking and inform companies of the role they can play in ending it. Our mission is to bring awareness to the industry through education, engagement, and investment. We provide bi-monthly meetings to introduce energy companies to the issue, providing content and depth of knowledge to participating companies.
We engage our companies to support the efforts of local anti-trafficking nonprofits in communities in which we live and operate in. When OGTAG began in 2017, the group had 2 companies associated, now OGTAG has informed and engaged over 25 service companies who collaborate together to end modern-day slavery in both Texas and abroad. OGTAG strives to educate our industry about the issue of human trafficking within our communities where our employees live and work.
Visit OGTAG's booth in Lobby E of NRG Center during OTC to learn more about their mission and initiatives.
OTC continues its partnership with United Against Human Trafficking to increase awareness of human trafficking among its attendees and exhibiting companies from the greater Houston area and around the world. This important partnership opens the door for OTC to bring attention to human trafficking and work together to improve our communities.
What You Can Do
To request help or report suspected human trafficking, call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center hotline at 1.888.373.7888, or text INFO or HELP to them at: BeFree (233733).
Visit United Against Human Trafficking's booth in Lobby D of NRG Center during OTC to learn more about their mission and initiatives.
United Against Human Trafficking (UAHT) leads a dedicated coalition of Houston-area non-profits, faith-based organizations, government agencies/entities and others whose mission is to prevent and confront human trafficking. UAHT combats human trafficking by educating the public, training professionals and empowering the community to take action. UAHT strives to unite the community while fulfilling its mission to end human trafficking.