“Free-Them is grateful and honoured to be ANOKHI MEDIA’s charity of choice to celebrate their 15th anniversary. It is inspiring to see a company like ANOKHI MEDIA that has such an extensive global reach and influence use their platform to help elevate the message that Human Trafficking is not acceptable in our world, and that no human being should ever be bought or sold.”
In 2009 Shae joined the Invidiata Team; a team that her father, Christopher Invidiata established and has successfully lead to achieve the #1 RE/MAX Team in Canada position for thirteen years, as well as the #1 RE/MAX Team Worldwide in 2007 and 2012.
In January 2010, [free-them] was founded; an initiative dedicated to raising awareness and funds to abolish human trafficking in Canada and abroad by partnering with people, organizations, & businesses to fight human trafficking – slavery today.
[free-them] is a Stakeholder to three federal bills that have amended the Criminal Code of Canada and also to the Federal Government’s National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking. [free-them] continues to lead as a Stakeholder to the City of Toronto to see a Slave Free Toronto.
Invidiata and [free-them] have appeared on many national and local media sources, including but not limited to, The Globe and Mail, CBC, CBC Radio, CTV, The Toronto Star, GlobalTV, CityNews, CP24 News.
Shae has been nominee for the Canadian Women’s Fashion Magazine Chatelaine as a Top 20 Finalist for “Canada’s Women of the Year 2011″; recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012; National Freedom Award in October 2012; most recent, Invidiata was recognized as a “Woman of Honour” at the 2016 Honouring Heroes event presented by “The Joy Smith Foundation”.
Agnes Kiesz, Pure Studios