Our Team includes staff, board, and volunteers and our community partners. We hold quarterly meetings for updates and project planning which also gives the community a chance to join us to see what's going on. Our volunteer program engages the community for service and our Project Leaders coordiate strategic outreach and awareness initiatives in the community.
Courtney Dunkerton, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Alamance For Freedom
Bria Miller, Victim Advocate and Director of Youth Services
Marty Andersen, Volunteer Coordinator
Kim Mills RN,MSN,ANP-BC Medical Outreach Team Coordinator
Lydia Kime, Hotel Outreach Coordinator
Bria Miller, Director of Youth Services
Board of directors
Board Chair Kali Marsh, MSW, LCSW and Mental Heath Therapist at Family Solutions • I became involved with Alamance for Freedom in 2013 to connect with other community members to combat human trafficking, advocate for change, and promote awareness in our local community. I am passionate about working with the courageous individuals affected by trauma.
Meredith Edwards and Superior Court Assistant District Attorney
Secretary to the Board Jennifer Olsen and Lead Counselor Eno River Academy After School Program • I love helping children achieve their goals and help give them a voice and choice in their development into adults.
Treasurer to the Board and Bookkeeper Amy Scott joined Alamance for Freedom in 2014. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business and Telecommunications/Data Networks from Marylhurst College, Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Linda Allison is a lifelong resident of Alamance County and Project Coordinator for The Stepping Up Initiative. She retired as the Deputy Director of the Alamance County Department of Social Services in 2015, after more than 31 years of service.
In 2008 Linda became more aware of Human Trafficking as a growing social issue and its prevalence. While at DSS she identified the need for staff to be more aware and worked to coordinate training—ultimately leading to a partnership with Alamance For Freedom. As an Alamance for Freedom Board Member today—Linda works with this organization to further enhance the awareness and community response around this horrific social injustice.
Susan Hollan is a semi-retired international telecommunications and digital media VP, Susan is a business consultant and adjunct professor of Marketing and Sales Management at Elon University, Martha and Spencer Love School of Business. She is a graduate of NC State and Emory Goizueta Business School's accelerated Executive MBA program. An Alamance County native, Susan left to follow her career and has “returned home” where she enjoys supporting local non-profit organizations with marketing and organizational leadership. She is also on the board of Residential Treatment Services of Alamance.
We could not accomplish our mission without the collaboration and cooperation with these organizations