BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“I had no intention to start this nonprofit until it was literally put on my heart. Anyone who is touched by the despair of a girl dealing with trafficking, try to walk away.”

Susan Ingram

President, Walk Her Home

Susan Ingram

Susan Ingram

President

Founder of SRI Media, Inc., a communications company specializing in creating customized content.

Board Chair, National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance
Advisory Committee, National Center on Sexual Exploitation
Congressional Award Recipient for Victims’ Rights – 2017 Eva Murillo Unsung Hero Award
Co-chair of Community Assessment of human trafficking activity in metro Philadelphia for International Justice Mission (IJM). Partnered with Congressional representatives to draft Duty to Report Sexual Assault Act. Active member of Chester County Anti-Trafficking Coalition.

Brittney Weidemann

Brittney Weidemann

Board Member

Project Management Office, SAP North America

Centralize and coordinate management of projects; oversee the management of projects and programs to ensure completion on time and within budget; assist Senior Management with the execution of the strategy, as determined by the project portfolio and manage team members to uphold the company’s standards throughout each project’s development and execution.

Aneissa Petronglo

Aneissa Petronglo

Board Member

Patient Advocate, Chester County Hospital Penn Medicine

Engaging in and advocating for improvement initiatives that impact safety, quality of care, and the patient and family experience. Advising on systems, structures and resources that support family presence and participation.

Participating in forums to help inspire, motivate and empower the audience to promote positive outcomes.

Susan Todd

Susan Todd

Board Member

Chief Strategy Officer at CorpU and advisor to Global 2000 organizations in the development of Leadership Executive Council where companies discuss pragmatic solutions to help leadership teams improve organization agility.

Joy Medori

Joy Medori

Board Member

Joy Medori started anti-trafficking work in 2013. She is a liaison for a volunteer group of Love146; leads Delaware County’s anti-trafficking coalition; works directly with local survivors of human trafficking at a residential facility. Joy is a lived experience expert of complex childhood sexual abuse, neglect, and poverty.