Reset180 Leadership

Staff:

Kay Duffield – Executive Director
Bella – Director of Survivor Services
Amanda Reeping – Director of Communications & Awareness
Jeremy Nusbaum – Director of Prayer Team
Theressa Ruckstuhl – Resource Center Manager
K – Director of Technology
H – Director of Outreach & Disruption

Reset180 Leadership

Staff:

Kay Duffield – Executive Director
Bella – Director of Survivor Services
Amanda Reeping – Director of Communications & Awareness
Jeremy Nusbaum – Director of Prayer Team
Theressa Ruckstuhl – Resource Center Manager
K – Director of Technology
H – Director of Outreach & Disruption

Board of Directors

Steve Steinberg, Chairman

 

Steve is actively involved in the administration of 27Million, a global consortium of anti-trafficking organizations.  He has been in the hotel industry for 30 years and has spoken to related groups on the overlap of human trafficking and the hotel business.  He is the Managing Director of Murphy Asset Management, a hotel consulting and advisory firm and holds a BS in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management from Virginia Tech.

Kay Duffield, RN, Executive Director

 

Kay began her anti-trafficking work on the streets of Chiang Mai, Thailand, working with survivors of sex trafficking. She introduced them to the love and compassion of Jesus while providing resources for freedom. Upon her return to the U.S. in 2012, she discovered that human trafficking was a growing problem within her own community. Kay was invited to join a new anti-trafficking grassroots movement that had started in Loudoun County, Virginia. She became the Executive Director in 2014 and has been active with the Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Task Force since 2012. She started monthly multidisciplinary team meetings to fulfill the needs of survivors in the Northern Virginia area. Kay is a nana, mother, wife, and modern-day abolitionist who believes that Jesus is the answer to end human trafficking. She passionately calls the Church to rise and engage in this local anti-trafficking battle.

Chelsey Trevino, CPA, Board Member, Finance Director

 

Chelsey previously lived in Houston where she first learned of sex trafficking. She quickly became active in outreach, awareness, and interventions including organizing interventions into hotels and brothels where victims were known to be. After moving to Northern Virginia, she helped to establish Reset180’s intervention and disruption strategies and continued to provide awareness to the community. Her public speaking resume consists of providing education around domestic and international human trafficking, and includes presenting to companies such as Amazon and Freddie Mac. As a CPA, Chelsey provides consulting services to domestic and international financial institutions related to Governance Risk and Compliance.

Barbara Jean Wilson, Board Member

 

Barbara is a survivor leader, author, and speaker. She served as an Executive Coordinator in the Legal Division of Freddie Mac for fifteen years before retiring in March 2020. Barbara published her first book, Mute But Now I Speak, in February 2011. She completed her second book, Blessings After Going Through The Valley, in August 2020. Both books are a testimony to how she received God’s blessings and overcame the pain of childhood sexual abuse and sex trafficking. Barbara has spoken on various panels about human trafficking across the country, such as the United Nations and the Department of Justice. She has also appeared on the Kojo Nnamdi Show in Washington, D.C. Barbara has received numerous awards for her hard work and dedication at Freddie Mac, was chosen as Woman of the Year by the Women’s Interactive Network (WIN), and was awarded for her service to the community and her positive influence through her work by the WUAWSU Project, Inc. (WPI). She is an active member and speaker for RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), headquartered in Washington, D.C. Barbara holds a BBA-HRM from Strayer University.

Megan Caesar, LPC, Board Member, Secretary

 

Megan is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent University. She has worked with adolescents and their families in a multitude of settings including outpatient services, juvenile detention, inpatient care, and residential treatment. She has 10 years of experience providing clinical services, victim advocacy, and case management to sexually exploited youth and young adults. Megan presently serves as the Director of RTC Clinical Services at Youth For Tomorrow’s Residential Treatment Program (YFT). In her role at YFT, she also facilitates the clinical portion of the Girls on a Journey program which serves survivors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation. She is experienced in training other professionals on providing services to individuals with complex trauma, and has participated in several committees advocating for best practices in providing services to CSEC survivors.

Megan Gerbracht, Psy.D., Board Member

 

Megan is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in McLean, Virginia. As a volunteer with Reset180, she provides consultation and treatment for survivors. She also serves as a church mission liaison between Reset180 and her local church, where she has coordinated programming to address demand reduction and clinical training for mental health providers. Megan has also collaborated internationally with government officials and pastors in the Roma community of Burgas, Bulgaria, providing training on human trafficking and how the global church is called to respond. She has coordinated programs to address demand reduction and clinical training for mental health providers.

Robert Houston, Board Member

 

Robert is the Co-Founder of and currently a Director at Heyrick Research, a firm conducting intelligence-driven advocacy in the fight against human trafficking. Their primary focus from 2017 to 2021 was on the illicit massage industry. Robert had a 27 year FBI career specializing in counterterrorism and transnational organized crime. Among other positions, he served as supervisor of a field Joint Terrorism Task Force, and as the Director of U.S. DOJ’s International Organized Crime Intelligence and Operations Center.  He also worked in management roles at the CIA Counterterrorism Center, and as an Assistant Professor of National Security Policy and Strategy at National Defense University. Robert holds a BS in Political Science and Public Administration, an MS in National Security Strategy, and a JD.

Board of Directors

Steve Steinberg, Chairman.

 

Steve is actively involved in the administration of 27Million, a global consortium of anti-trafficking organizations.  He has been in the hotel industry for 30 years and has spoken to related groups on the overlap of human trafficking and the hotel business.  He is the Managing Director of Murphy Asset Management, a hotel consulting and advisory firm and holds a BS in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Management from Virginia Tech.

Kay Duffield, RN, Executive Director.

 

Kay began her anti-trafficking work on the streets of Chiang Mai, Thailand, working with survivors of sex trafficking. She introduced them to the love and compassion of Jesus while providing resources for freedom. Upon her return to the U.S. in 2012, she discovered that human trafficking was a growing problem within her own community. Kay was invited to join a new anti-trafficking grassroots movement that had started in Loudoun County, Virginia. She became the Executive Director in 2014 and has been active with the Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Task Force since 2012. She started monthly multidisciplinary team meetings to fulfill the needs of survivors in the Northern Virginia area. Kay is a nana, mother, wife, and modern-day abolitionist who believes that Jesus is the answer to end human trafficking. She passionately calls the Church to rise and engage in this local anti-trafficking battle.

Chelsey Trevino, CPA, Board Member, Finance Director.

 

Chelsey previously lived in Houston where she first learned of sex trafficking. She quickly became active in outreach, awareness, and interventions including organizing interventions into hotels and brothels where victims were known to be. After moving to Northern Virginia, she helped to establish Reset180’s intervention and disruption strategies and continued to provide awareness to the community. Her public speaking resume consists of providing education around domestic and international human trafficking, and includes presenting to companies such as Amazon and Freddie Mac. As a CPA, Chelsey provides consulting services to domestic and international financial institutions related to Governance Risk and Compliance.

Barbara Jean Wilson, Board Member.

 

Survivor Leader, Author, and Speaker. Barbara served as an Executive Coordinator in the Legal Division of Freddie Mac for fifteen years before retiring in March 2020. Barbara published her first book, Mute But Now I Speak, in February 2011. She completed her second book, Blessings After Going Through The Valley, in August 2020. Both books are a testimony to how she received God’s blessings and overcame the pain of childhood sexual abuse and sex trafficking. Barbara has spoken on various panels about human trafficking across the country, such as the United Nations and the Department of Justice. She has also appeared on the Kojo Nnamdi Show in Washington, D.C. Barbara has received numerous awards for her hard work and dedication at Freddie Mac, was chosen as Woman of the Year by the Women’s Interactive Network (WIN), and was awarded for her service to the community and her positive influence through her work by the WUAWSU Project, Inc. (WPI). She is an active member and speaker for RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network), headquartered in Washington, D.C. Barbara holds a BBA-HRM from Strayer University.

Megan Caesar, LPC, Board Member, Secretary.

 

Megan is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent University. She has worked with adolescents and their families in a multitude of settings including outpatient services, juvenile detention, inpatient care, and residential treatment. She has 10 years of experience providing clinical services, victim advocacy, and case management to sexually exploited youth and young adults. Megan presently serves as the Director of RTC Clinical Services at Youth For Tomorrow’s Residential Treatment Program (YFT). In her role at YFT, she also facilitates the clinical portion of the Girls on a Journey program which serves survivors of Commercial Sexual Exploitation. She is experienced in training other professionals on providing services to individuals with complex trauma, and has participated in several committees advocating for best practices in providing services to CSEC survivors.

Megan Gerbracht, Psy.D., Board Member.

 

Megan is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in McLean, Virginia. As a volunteer with Reset180, she provides consultation and treatment for survivors. She also serves as a church mission liaison between Reset180 and her local church, where she has coordinated programming to address demand reduction and clinical training for mental health providers. Megan has also collaborated internationally with government officials and pastors in the Roma community of Burgas, Bulgaria, providing training on human trafficking and how the global church is called to respond. She has coordinated programs to address demand reduction and clinical training for mental health providers.

Robert Houston, Board Member.

 

Robert is the Co-Founder of and currently a Director at Heyrick Research, a firm conducting intelligence-driven advocacy in the fight against human trafficking. Their primary focus from 2017 to 2021 was on the illicit massage industry. Robert had a 27 year FBI career specializing in counterterrorism and transnational organized crime. Among other positions, he served as supervisor of a field Joint Terrorism Task Force, and as the Director of U.S. DOJ’s International Organized Crime Intelligence and Operations Center.  He also worked in management roles at the CIA Counterterrorism Center, and as an Assistant Professor of National Security Policy and Strategy at National Defense University. Robert holds a BS in Political Science and Public Administration, an MS in National Security Strategy, and a JD.

“My passion is to set free those who are enslaved. To breakdown the misconceptions of what human trafficking is and to hold criminals accountable for those heinous crimes. My professional career as a CPA has presented many opportunities to do just that. Wherever you find yourself in life, you have a role in this fight and many skill sets that are needed in this battle. Will you use them?” – Chelsey Trevino, Board Member, Finance Director