All Things Boulder, a lifestyle blog, recently named Attorney Beth Klein one of “6 Colorado Women Who Are Changing the World.” Attorney Klein’s participation in the community is no secret, and her passion for individuals who are suffering from abuse and exploitation has established her as a prominent activist. Our team at Klein Frank, P.C. is dedicated to helping individuals who have endured human trafficking situations, and Beth Klein has led the fight to create new legislation and raise awareness for this atrocious issue. Her ongoing work on local, national, and international levels makes her invaluable to the Boulder community and to our firm.
The article in All Things Boulder mentioned several prominent women associated with Colorado communities, including a couple who are also activists, like Attorney Klein. In honor of International Women’s Day, the article focused on a few prominent women who have made it a point to make the world a better place. Lauren Y. Casteel, the President and CEO of The Women’s Foundation of Colorado, Dr. Philippa Marrack, an immunology researcher, and Leslie Foster, a non-profit leader, were just a few of the well-respected women mentioned in the article.
Attorney Beth Klein was recognized for her work in the fight against human trafficking, a noble fight she first began in 1969. Not only does she act on behalf of clients who were victims of human trafficking, she also created a foundation through our firm, Klein Frank, P.C., to raise awareness, educate others, and take tangible steps to end human trafficking. Beth Klein has also written laws in Colorado and across the world to make it easier to prosecute individuals who commit these heinous crimes.
Contact Klein Frank, P.C.today to learn more about Attorney Beth Klein and her community involvement, legal experience, and the fight against human trafficking.