We are blessed to have a dedicated team of staff who are passionate about serving the needs of domestic minor sex trafficking victims.

  • For general inquiries, please call our main office at (614) 302-9515
  • For specific questions, please see the staff directory below.

Meet our Staff

  • Terri Foltz, Director of Gracehaven
    Terri received a Masters of Education from Texas A&M Universtiy and a J.D. from the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. She has represented businesses and their interests in litigation but her passion is serving at-risk and traumatized children. She, along with her family, lived in The Republic of the Philippines heading Bethany Home for Children. She has also given leadership to a school, grades K-12, that has as one of its primary goals to provide effective academic intervention to students. She and her husband, Ron, have three children and live in the greater Columbus area.

    Contact Terri: [email protected]

  • Rebekkah O'Bryan, LSW Community-Based Case Manager

    Rebekkah graduated in 2014 with her Bachelor's degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University. Rebekkah worked as a program director for Ohio Women's Refuge, a residential recovery facility for adult victims of human trafficking. In her position with Gracehaven, Rebekkah provides comprehensive case management for victims of domestic minor sex trafficking with an emphasis on trauma-informed care.

    As a case manager, Rebekkah coordinates necessary services to enhance the overall well-being of her clients and utilizes evidence-based, trauma-informed practice to forge meaningful relationships with them. Also, as part of her Gracehaven duties, she delivers presentations on this topic to various agencies including teen crisis centers, schools and churches.

    Contact Rebekkah: [email protected]
     

  • Brooke Pollard, Resource Coordinator

    Brooke has a Bachelors degree from Ohio University in Communications and Psychology. Her passion to end sex trafficking started in 2009 when she interned at a jail where she performed interviews and psychoanalysis of the female inmates. She quickly discovered that all of these females had been abused as children, and never able to find recovery.  Her passion to start her own recovery house for sex-trafficked victims came after several years of never finding complete satisfaction in the corporate world. When researching sex-trafficking and rehabilitation centers she discovered Gracehaven. She now works as the Resource Coordinator where she works directly with the girls teaching life skills, while also performing administrative tasks. Brooke collabortes with community groups, coordinates volunteers, and is the contact person for general inquiries. 

    Contact Brooke: [email protected]

  • Natalie Bunn, LSW,  Community-Based Case Manager

    Natalie first heard about human trafficking when she was a junior in high school.  She knew the world was broken but her heart had never ached like it did when the Lord began to give her a passion to see an end to this injustice. Heading into college, she decided to pick a major that would best equip her to walk alongside those affected by trafficking. Natalie graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2016 with her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. She originally thought she would work overseas, but during her senior year she learned of the prevalence of human trafficking in Ohio – her home state. Natalie works in Gracehaven’s community-based program as a case manager. She works directly with human trafficking survivors and high-risk children. She also does human trafficking prevention education at places where high-risk youth frequently go such as Huckleberry House, Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center, and OSU Star House. 

    Contact Natalie: [email protected]

  • René Porchowsky, MSW, LSW

    René is the Clinical Coordinator and Mental Health Therapist at Gracehaven. She has a history of working with youth from hard places and youth in the foster care system. Her experience reflects a passion for encouraging clients to find healing She has completed her Master Of Social Work degree from The Ohio State University. In 2013, René completed an undergraduate degree in Social Work and Equine Business Management from Asbury University. René is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing and is certified to provide Equine Assisted Therapy through the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association. Her experience reflects a passion for encouraging clients to find healing from trauma through strengths-based and Christ-centered counseling.

    Contact Rene: [email protected]