Jennifer Roemhildt Tunehag’s ministry began in Athens, Greece, where she served women and men exploited in prostitution for over a decade, starting a local ministry that continues to build bridges of help and hope. Jennifer later worked with colleagues to create the European Freedom Network (EFN), a regional network of over 250 faith-based anti-trafficking organisations working together across 44 countries.
She has served the World Freedom Network (WFN) since its inception in 2021, and in 2023 was asked to assume the role of Global Director. Jennifer provides leadership to a passionate and gifted team of regional leaders. “Fighting human trafficking may seem like a specialized calling,” Tunehag says, “but we believe that the Church has a unique and crucial role in prevention and restoration.”
She is also active in developing business solutions to address human trafficking. Jennifer helped start the Freedom Business Alliance, a global network of enterprises creating healing jobs for survivors of exploitation, and serves on the board of a freedom business in Nepal.. She is married to Mats Tunehag, a global leader in the Business as Mission (BAM) movement. The couple lives in Sweden and Washington, DC.