Mosaic Federation Founder Tony Schiena and chairman Mo Stojnovic, along with event chairs Alessandra Ambrosio, AnnaLynne McCord, Maxwell, Ron Burkle, Sasha Luss and guests including Cuba Gooding Jr., Lais Ribeiro, Devon Windsor, Cindy Bruna, Kate Bock, Frida Aasen, Gina Gershon, Jack Brinkley-Cook, Frederique Van Der Wal, Jill Hennessy, Maye Musk, Taylor Hackford, Madisin Rian, Alex Ludqvist, Joy Corrigan and more.
Mosaic Federation hosted their first gala to raise funds and awareness in the fight against human trafficking and exploitation. The event featured cocktails, dinner and a live auction which included high bidding items such as a signed screen print of Andy Warhol’s Mao, a Terry O’Neill photograph and excursions to Uganda, Papua New Guinea and the Maldives. Kelly Hansome went home as the winner of the annual PSA contest with his moving music video, while Victoria Unikel and Gene Avaykan went home as the winners of the new PSA photography category. Guests were treated to live musical performances by Mosaic PSA Winner Kelly Hansome and Chris Botti Band and Friends.
The night featured speeches from Mosaic founder, Tony Schiena, Former Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Richard Frankel, former CIA Deputy Director of Counter Terrorism
Darrell Blocker and “Sheriff of the Year”, former CIA, ATF, Sheriff Mike Brown and former head of a prominent intelligence agency’s cyber division, Dan Lavi. Mosaic Federation is an international nonprofit organization working to provide solution in the fight against human trafficking. Mosaic concentrates its efforts on dismantling and disrupting the organized criminal networks responsible for facilitating the slave trade.
During the gala, Mosaic Federation announced its newest initiative, Disaster Relief, where forces will be deployed to ensure that human trafficking is prevented during natural disasters.
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at Cipriani 42nd Street
ABOUT MOSAIC FEDERATION
Mosaic Federation is a pioneer in the fight against modern day slavery, concentrating its efforts on the dismantling and disruption of the organized criminal networks responsible for facilitating the slave trade. Mosaic’s main initiatives include: Human Slavery Expose, Artificial Intelligence, Law Enforcement, and most recently, Disaster Relief. For the past three years Mosaic has teamed up with CNN for their Freedom Project, which shines a light on and fights against modern-day slavery, through PSA exposes, where filmmakers submit 1 minute PSA videos exposing modern-day slavery happening today in major cities around the world. Throughout the remainder of the year, Mosaic works behind the scenes with law enforcement agencies to help dismantle the organized criminal networks responsible for facilitating the slave trade globally through education, diplomatic liaising and artificial intelligence. MOSFED consistently engages the top experts in order to develop technology and artificial intelligence to aid the fight against human trafficking. They have found that while crimes are relatively predictable, it requires the ability to sort through mass amounts of data to find the patterns useful to law enforcement. MOSFED thus endeavors to design, create, and collaborate on this type of technology to better assist law enforcement’s actions against human slavery. In 2019, Mosaic will begin their newest initiative, Disaster Relief, which deploys special task forces to natural disaster areas to help prevent human trafficking in the affected area.