Angie

Ulibarri

Angie is an accomplished businesswoman and a caring community volunteer.  Angie has been involved in the development and operation of several businesses and community projects including an adoption agency, an insurance agency, and the first Project Linus chapter in Northern Utah. Through these experiences, she has gained a love of service and working with others. She loves to motivate people to come together to serve and lift those in need.

She is currently serving as the President/Chair of the Circle of Sisters, a dynamic group of Atlanta women who provide support and service to the Atlanta Mission, the oldest homeless shelter in greater Atlanta, and the Executive Director of the Georgia Festival of Trees, an exciting Christmas experience developed to raise funds to end human trafficking in Georgia. Her greatest accomplishments are her three wonderful children, Steven, Jeff, and Claire.  She resides at Lake Oconee, Georgia, where she enjoys life at the lake with her husband of thirty years, Frank.

Frank is a seasoned healthcare executive, well-regarded for his commitment to innovation and improvement for patients and consumers.  He has held several senior executive positions in the industry, mostly recently as a Market President and Chief Executive Officer for a large national healthcare company.  More importantly is Frank’s work in the community with organizations such as the Atlanta Mission, the American Heart Association, Deliver the Dream, and Boy Scouts of America among others.  He has served twice as a Bishop/Pastor of his local church congregation.  He’s excited to join the fight against human trafficking and wants to make a real difference for women and children in danger.

Frank

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Travs is a successful business executive with a proven track record in corporate real estate and healthcare.  He has demonstrated high proficiency in forming meaningful relationships.  Those who work with Travs comment on his responsiveness, commitment, and honesty.  He has been active in his community serving on multiple HOA boards, he served on the Rio Rancho, NM Design and Aesthetic Task Force, as a volunteer leader for the Boys Scouts of America, a Youth Advisor for his local church youth group and as Bishop/Pastor for his local church congregation.  He is a skillful and creative carpenter and is excited to use these skills to support the Georgia Festival of Trees.  Travs lives in Acworth, GA with his wife Beth and their four children – Hannah, Braxton Grayson and Lochlan.

Travs

Butler

Tamecia has more than sixteen years’ experience in the health care industry.  She and her family serve the community through many programs sponsored by the North Metro Church in Kennesaw, GA, where they attend.  Tamecia was blessed with many talents, including crafting, decorating, and making sweet treats.  Her family has been creating beautiful events and décor for more than thirty years.  Tamecia uses her talents to create beautiful trees and holiday décor for her appreciative private clients every Christmas.  As the mother of two teenage girls, she has a great desire to educate herself about human trafficking's horrors and how it is affecting our local communities.  She is excited to join Unto the Least of These as a board member and use her time, talents, and experience to create a magical experience at the Georgia Festival of Trees.  Tamecia, a Tennessee native, currently resides in Marietta, Georgia, with her two teenage daughters. 

Tamecia

Townsend

Doug is an accomplished Sales and Marketing senior executive with a proven track record of creating and deploying strategies that help companies meet and exceed their growth goals.  He is especially adept at creating enduring mutually beneficial partnerships.  He has been very active in community activities including serving as the Board Chairman for the Greater Sandoval County Chamber of Commerce, Board Member for University of New Mexico Athletics serving on the Fundraising Committee, Board Member for Albuquerque Economic Development and a volunteer leader for the Boy Scouts of America.  Doug is eager to bring his talents and energy to the cause to end human trafficking.  Doug lives in Marietta, GA with his wife Laura, and son Aiden.

Doug

Gullino

Jeff is a skilled data analyst with a master’s degree in data science.  Jeff was awarded the Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout and served a two-year mission for his church helping the wonderful people of Central Chile.  He is looking forward to supporting the mission of Unto the Least of These to end human trafficking with his unique skills and background.  Jeff, his wife Ashley, and their dog Albie reside in Dallas, GA.

Jeffrey

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Emily

Leatherbarrow

President and Founder of Sisters of Grace an organization preventing human trafficking by growing communities devoted to protecting and empowering the innocent - wearesistersofgrace.org. Emily Leatherbarrow, received her bachelors in Church Leadership from Southeastern University in 2004. In 2006, Emily was ordained with the Assemblies of God. Reverend Leatherbarrow now holds her ordination with the International Ministerial Fellowship. Emily and her husband, James were married in 2002 and have three children, Juliet, Camille and Everett.

An accomplished speaker and author, Reverend Leatherbarrow has dedicated her life to fighting human trafficking, poverty and abuse. Over the last 20 years Emily has traveled and preached around the world, sharing about the horrors of human trafficking and raising awareness for the cause. With more than 15 years of experience rescuing girls at risk of sexual slavery, working as the international director for children’s homes in both Thailand and West Africa, she now faces human trafficking both internationally and stateside. Above all Emily believes God has called us to protect the vulnerable and heal the broken hearted.