In 2007 Jeanne L. Allert founded and currently directs The Samaritan Women, a national faith-based organization providing restorative care to survivors of domestic sex trafficking. Jeanne helped establish the National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance in 2018, which serves as a trade association for shelter programs across the country. Its mission is to advance the field of shelter care through advocacy, networking, agency accreditation and an annual conference. In 2018 The Samaritan Women announced the formation of the Institute for Shelter Care, which serves as a research, training and equipping entity to help establish new shelter programs, stabilize and improve current programs, and facilitate qualified research to advance national standards of care and best practices. In 2018 Jeanne was awarded the Silver Stevie award for the "Most Innovative Woman in Nonprofits." Jeanne sits on the National Advisory Council for the Conference on Crimes Against Women. She has served as an international public speaker for over 35 years.