We see the impossible as possible.
We believe hope is a catalyst for healing.
We maintain transparency, compliance and compassion in order to create an atmosphere for authenticity.
We guide through the unknown, educate spiritually, physically and mentally as we bring awareness to break the cycle of bondage.
We give our team and our survivors a place to belong and the desire to continue on.
Stephanie is a family woman first with a passion for helping others. Wife to an amazing husband, mom of 5 boys, and grandmother to a 3-year-old princess, she has extensive training in organization and running a tight ship! Team oriented with a successful track record of coordinating chaos, she strives to inspire and encourage those whom she encounters.
As part of the Women’s Outreach team at Beltway Park, Stephanie has a passion for the voiceless and is eager to be a resource. She has a calling to raise up our community leaders, and build our Father's kingdom. She currently serves as the host for the annual Abilene Walk For Freedom. She carries an anointing to bless and change the world. She has been raised up for such a time as this.
Daija was elected to be the Assistant Director, due to having a strong organizational appeal and ability to effectively multi-task. Even at her young age, she guides in discernment and walks in wisdom. Her commitment to excellence and initiative brings her work to life. She delights in being a blessing and pouring into others.
She works as an Early Childhood Specialist and is delighted by being with young children. Her students adore her for her fun-spirit and abilities to relate while guiding. Her passion is in loving on kids and watching them blossom.
She is groomed to be a life-giving trendsetter, and mentor to lead the next generation and beyond.
Jamaica is a natural-born leader with a diverse, professional background. Jamaica has 20+ years of Business and Financial Management experience from her career as Regional Finance Director of Military Affairs with DFAS. She has extensive knowledge and has worked in the non-profit sector for over 15+ years with the Office of the Attorney General, Legal Aid of Northwest Texas, Meals on Wheels and the Food Bank of West Central Texas.
Jamaica is a cancer-survivor, loves her family and adores her grandchildren. She has a heart's desire for the arts, crafting and creating, capturing travel photography, blogging/vlogging. She laughs because she prides herself as being a “foodie”. Jamaica also has a very large heart to serve. Giving her heart and time to the many organizations and missions she supports. She absolutely loves being able to serve and give back to the community.
Spiritually as a graduate of Transformational School of Supernatural Ministry, Jamaica uses her prophetic gifts and teachings to help others and enjoys her journey and faithful relationship with our Heavenly father. With God all things are possible. Matthew 19:26
Pete is an a retired military officer and family man who enjoys serving others and his community. He is married to Monica and together they have 5 children from 17-30 years old and decided to stay in Abilene after retiring from the Air Force after 32 years.
Pete has also been an entrepreneur for nearly 30 years and owns multiple small businesses. He leadership and organizational skills serve him and this organization well as the Co-chair for the Executive Board in the advise and guidance to ensure Beyond Trafficking is continually moving towards its mission and vision while always serving God will first.
As a family man and father of 5 amazing human beings he has a passion to serve this organization to ensure we are educating, protecting, and helping provide the means to transition any and all survivors of sex trafficking from darkness to light and prosperity.
Monica is a wife and amazing mother who enjoys serving along side her husband with others and their community. She is married to Pete and together they have 5 children, 1 in Maryland and 4 here in Abilene.
Monica has a financial background and currently works for the Department of Defense on Dyess Air Force Base. Her financial skills serve the organization well in her position as the Treasure for the Executive Board.
As a mother of 4 amazing children she has a passion to serve this organization to ensure the finances are in order and providing the means to allow the education, the protection, and the safe and discreet transition of any and all survivors of sex trafficking.