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Therapeutic Team Manager, SFAC
Caitlin trained as a clinical psychologist and has worked in Australia, India and Kenya. She is also a qualified trainer and Protective Behaviours practitioner. Caitlin met her husband Dan when he was visiting India with SFAC. She recently started to experiment with drawing and illustration so you might see her creations popping up on social media and in our resources from time to time.
Trafficking-in-Persons Protection ManagerLocation: Sierra Leone
Miriam Fullah has served as World Hope International’s Trafficking-in-Persons Protection Manager and Case Management Coordinator since 2012. She was trained as a teacher by the Milton College of Education and Technology at the University of Sierra Leone. Miriam also holds a Diploma in Social Work and Psychological Care from the Institute of Public Administration and Management.
Prior to joining World Hope, Miriam worked at the Youth Readiness Intervention Project from Harvard University and before that, at The Center for Victims of Torture. She also worked four years at Handicap International, Sierra Leone, as a Psychosocial Counselor.
Trafficking in Persons Clinical SupervisorLocation: Philippines
Adesty Dulawan is the Clinical Supervisor of World Hope International in the Philippines. She is a licensed psychologist and counselor with more than 10 years of experience in the mental health profession specializing in psychological assessment and psychotherapy for treatment of mental disorders.
Prior to WHI, Adesty was a Counselor in the academe providing case management for students with clinical disturbances. She also worked actively in implementing prevention and intervention programs for adolescents’ growth and development.
She completed her Masters at the Cagayan State University and ranked 6th place in the national Counseling board examinations in 2011. She is presently completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Santo Tomas Graduate School.
Technical Advisor for Anti-Human Trafficking, Salvation Army World Service Office
Jason has led anti-human trafficking initiatives for the Salvation Army World Service Office for the last six years, including work that addresses labor and sex trafficking issues for men, women, and children. These projects have included preventing trafficking of families on the Mexican border and helping women who have been trafficked to the middle east return to their home countries.
For four years Jason served as the chairperson for the Faith Alliance Against Slavery and Trafficking. This alliance is responsible for Anti-human trafficking work in many countries around the world and throughout the United States. It developed one of the earliest comprehensive curricula that addresses trafficking, “Hands that Heal.” Jason currently serves as the Principal Investigator of the Protecting At-risk children Vulnerable to Exploitation project in the Philippines. In this capacity, he manages multiple partnerships and provides technical support for the development of clinical care approaches to aftercare for children who have experienced online sexual exploitation.
In 1995, he visited the Republic of Georgia during a time when conflicts in the Caucuses were heavily debated, hotels were full with internally displaced people, and the economy was struggling to survive. Yet, the will of the people remained strong. In 2008, he visited south China and saw villages where all women had been trafficked out, where one woman’s face remains etched in his mind. She had returned to the villages, started tree farms and renewed hope and stability for many. In 2014 he met Jane, a woman with five children in western Kenya, who lost her husband but found strength to begin her own business and empower others. Marked by his encounters of hope and poverty, Jason longed to play a role in helping faith triumph over discouragement.
He is currently approaching the final stages of a PhD Program in International Family and Community Studies at Clemson University. He holds a Masters of Public Policy from Georgia State University and a Master of Arts degree from Columbia International University.
Jason has been married for sixteen years and has three extremely smart girls, who are a constant reminder to him that children belong in families and that girls can change the world.
International Child Protection Specialist – IHQ, The Salvation Army
Commissioner Carol Telfer became a Salvation Army Officer in 1984 after a career in nursing and midwifery. She and her husband served in corps work in Newry, she was the Primary Health Care Advisor on the Afghan Refugee Programme in Peshawar, Pakistan then a corps officer in Picton, Canada before becoming the Chaplain at a young offenders institute in The Salvation Army Correctional Services in Ottawa, Canada. Corps officership in Rock Ferry followed prior to being the Divisional Family Officer then Divisional Director for Personnel in the Manchester Division. She shared in Divisional Leadership with her husband in West Scotland before being appointed Assistant Secretary for Personnel at THQ. She was then Spiritual Director of Employment Plus and in 2011 was appointed Assistant Chief Secretary.
In 2014 she was appointed in Pakistan territory as a Territorial President of Women’s Ministries, in 2017 she was promoted to the rank of Commissioner. Carol has a BSc. in Health and Social Care and is a trained critical incident debriefing trainer and stress consultant, as well as having a personnel qualification. Carol’s favourite past time is keeping in touch with the family. She enjoys reading, shopping, and swimming.
Commissioner Ivor has been married to Commissioner Carol since 1980 and they have three grown-up children, Kirsty who is a teacher, Lyn who is a Franchisee Consultant in McDonalds and Philip who is a car salesman. They have also been blessed with two grandchildren, Harry who is nearly 7 years old and Sophie age 5 years. All their children live in the UK.
Territorial Abuse Advisor for the Canada/Bermuda Territory, The Salvation ArmyLocation: Canada
Nancy has a bachelor of Social Work from Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky and attended Asbury Theological Seminary in Masters of Arts program. Nancy has a Masters of Arts in Christian Studies with a focus on Chaplaincy and Leadership from Trinity Western Seminary.
Nancy travelled to Haiti as a missionary, but had to return due to health concerns. Nancy became a police officer with the Metro Toronto Police Service where she served for 3 years before moving to Muskoka (northern Ontario) to raise a family.
Nancy was an addiction counsellor with a government agency for almost 8 years before she began as the Territorial Abuse Advisor for the Canada/Bermuda Territory. In this capacity, Nancy seeks to address this issue of abuse in the church directly but with sensitivity and concern for all involved. A large part of her ministry is through teaching. This ministry is across Canada and Bermuda, the US and Australia, as she seeks to safeguard the church from those who would compromise the ministry of God. Nancy is presently in her 19th year in this capacity.
Nancy has been an active member of Women Alive and other community groups. She frequently contributes her writing skills to various articles for Salvation Army and other publications. In 2010 Nancy was named to the “Cambridge Who’s Who of Distinguished Individuals.”
Nancy has an active speaking ministry and has a heart for ministry to women. Nancy loves the word of God and seeks to share this love with others as she leads an adult Bible Study and speaks at many different retreat venues. Nancy has a deep love for Israel and spends her spare time studying Jewishtraditions and customs. She and her husband, Joel, lead tours to the Holy land, through Israel, Turkey and Greece. Nancy and Joel also lead Marriage Enrichment Seminars in Canada and the United States. They are active in the Bracebridge Salvation Army Community Church, where Nancy is a lay leader (CSM) in the church.
Executive Director, Yayasan Kasih yang Utama, Compassion First IndonesiaLocation: Indonesia
Winda Winowatan is the Executive Director of Yayasan Kasih yang Utama, Compassion First Indonesia, a Christian relief/anti-trafficking organization that has pioneered holistic, long-term care and rehabilitation for survivors of child sex trafficking in Indonesia. Winda first joined Compassion First in May 2010. Before dedicating her life to serve the survivors, Winda worked as a secretary for a non-profit organization and also worked as the Accountant for a spare parts supply company. Winda holds a degree in Indonesia that is equivalent to an Associates Degree of Accounting, in the US.
Country Director, Cambodia & the Philippines
Location: Cambodia/Phnom Penh
Talmage Payne is a humanitarian entrepreneur and respected leader with more than 25 years of experience in the non-profit and for-profit social impact sectors. Talmage has worked to implement strategic vision within several international NGOs, and he has founded a number of social impact ventures. At World Hope, Talmage directs programs and strategy within Cambodia and the Philippines. Prior to World Hope, Talmage was global CEO of Hagar International, where he helped establish operations in nine countries using an integrated non-profit and for-profit model. Prior to Hagar, Talmage served with World Vision for 15 years, including as Country Director in Cambodia. The Royal Cambodian Government has recognized Talmage’s humanitarian work, including through the People’s Medal and the Royal Order of Sahmetri. Talmage holds a bachelor’s degree in Economic Development from Wheaton College.
Director of Anti-Trafficking and Gender-Based Violence Program
Location: Sierra Leone/Freetown
Haley Clark is a psychotherapist who specializes in trauma treatment. At World Hope, Haley directs the organization’s Anti-Trafficking and Anti-Gender-Based Violence Program strategy and activities. Haley originally joined World Hope in 2013 as the Clinical Supervisor for World Hope’s Trafficking in Persons Recovery Centre in Sierra Leone. Prior to this, she worked with children impacted by trauma and abuse in Seattle, Washington. Haley completed her clinical internship in northern Uganda, where she worked with former child soldiers. In Uganda, Haley co-founded an NGO that provides educational support to high school students. Haley holds a bachelor’s degree from Seattle Pacific University and a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology.
CEO & Founding Partner, Word Made Flesh Bolivia
Andrea grew up in the Southern USA as the oldest of three girls. Though she dedicated her heart to the Lord in high school, her life changed dramatically when she met Him personally at Asbury College. In 1994, she traveled to Bolivia on her first overseas mission trip, where she discovered a passion for missions and a heart for the poor. Since then, she and her husband, Andy, traveled on various short-term trips to China and throughout Latin America. In 1997, she graduated with a BA in Applied Communications/Public Relations and that same year married. In 2001 she graduated with an MA in World Missions and Evangelism from Asbury Seminary. Her heart is to love the lost and awaken the church to the plight of the poor. In 2001, they moved to El Alto, Bolivia to begin their service among the poor. After researching the area, they decided to focus on women in prostitution, where they found a gaping need. They live in Bolivia with their four sons Elias, Luke, Owen and Asher.
CEO, SFACLocation: UK
Dan has over 15 years experience working as a qualified social worker. He worked in child protection and court teams where he represented children in family cases. He is an award-winning practice teacher and has worked with SFAC since 2009. He even met his wife, Caitlin, on an SFAC training trip! Dan is a Northampton Town (who?!) fan and loves to drink milk.
Director of Communications and MarketingLocation: USA/Alexandria, VA
Heather Hill is a transformational communications leader with over a decade of experience in the nonprofit, public, and private sectors. Heather’s work has been featured in The Washington Post and on Fox5 TV. Notable awards include, 2018 Alumni Appreciation Award and 2019 finalist for the Washington Women in Public Relations Emerging Leader Award.
Heather has served in communications at the US Agency for International Development (USAID), the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts. Heather is passionate about Human Rights and is currently the presiding Chair of the Human Rights committee on the Board of Directors for the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area (UNA-NCA). In this role, Heather leads a team of dedicated members in collaborating with State Department and UN officials, the diplomatic community, as well as local NGO’s, think tanks, and agencies to publish articles and reports, host events, and advocate on vital human rights issues.
In her current role at World Hope International, Heather heads the Communications Department, leading the global alliance’s media, marketing, advertising, website, and communications efforts across 20+ countries. Multilingual and multicultural, Heather leverages her lifetime of experience living and working across four continents to skillfully navigate complex, global strategy.
Heather holds a master’s degree from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a bachelor’s from Houghton College, for which she now serves on the Alumni Board.
Communications Manager, Salvation Army World Service Office
Born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, John headed out west to spend several years as a journalist in northern Rocky Mountains region, where he won awards and recognition for his investigative work on methamphetamine trafficking, corruption and cover-ups within the Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections, and the involvement of white supremacist organizations in a series of high-profile violent crimes. He’s worked with people from all walks of life, from gang members to governors, and has a knack for finding and telling compelling, relatable stories.
After leaving his job in the news business for a literal around-the-world adventure – he traveled east from Seattle, Washington, and continued traveling east by plane, car and cargo ship until he found himself back in Seattle – John moved to the Washington DC area to open a new chapter of his life. Now, as communications manager for The Salvation Army World Service Office (SAWSO), he uses the communications skills honed in a high-pressure newsroom environment to help bring SAWSO’s message to the world.
John holds a bachelor’s degree in professional journalism from the University of Minnesota, and is a certified investigator and social media professional. An avid world traveler, he loves exploring new places and seeking out new experiences. He lives in Washington DC.
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