Janice Wilson came to Cambodia from New York City in 2008 on a corporate legal assignment and never left. Struck by the plight of sex trafficking victims and recognizing a market need for the supply of human hair extensions, Ms Wilson founded an online manufacturing and retail social enterprise called Arjuni. The company provides a combination of employment, therapy and housing for female victims of human trafficking and raises global awareness about this social injustice. This summer, Shujog ACTS (Assistance for Capacity Building and Technical Services), a technical assistance program launched by Shujog in 2013, prepared Arjuni to raise capital by sharpening its business, financial and investor materials and providing a tool to articulate and measure its impact to global investors. With this help, Arjuni can attract investment capital, scale its business and improve the lives of even more vulnerable women.