Nashville Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition

How to Get Involved with NAHT

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Level I - Volunteer Training I - Unlock the door to transformation: Participate in our educational training on human trafficking and our organization. Acquire basic, essential tools that will help prepare your foundation in joining the fight AGAINST human trafficking and FOR its victims. Ready to make a difference? Sign up now!

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Level II - Background Check. Once you have completed Volunteer Training I, the next step is to complete a TBI background check. There are two (2) methods of doing this.
YOU WILL EMAIL THE COPY OF YOUR BACKGROUND CHECK, ALONG WITH A PHOTO COPY OF YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE TO
KENDALL PRICE - kendall@nahtcoalition.org


1. If you currently have a State of Tennessee driver's license, then you will use this link to complete your background check.
https//:www.tbibackgrounds.tbi.tn.gov/toris/

2. If you currently have an out of state driver's license, then you will use this link to complete your background check.
https//:www.uenroll.identogo.com/workflows/111VVQ

PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING
1. NAHT does NOT cover the background check fee.
2. Once you have received the copy of your background check, make sure you open the attachment and save it. You only 5 days to OPEN the attachment, or you will have to re-submit and pay the fee again.

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Level III - Volunteer Training II and Building Relationships with Survivors. Once you have completed the Volunteer Training I, submitted your background check, you're ready take part in our Volunteer Training II class. It is in person at our NAHT facility and is on the last Saturday of the month from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. This training is designed to take you deeper into understanding the world of human trafficking and best practices for member interaction.

Having completed this last step in our volunteer engagement process, you are now ready to select which areas interest you the most and begin your volunteer experience with us.

Thank you and we're so grateful that you have chosen to share your heart and time with NAHT.

Our Beliefs

Our Statement of Identity

We are broken people loving & serving broken people.

Our Vision

To see God raise up an army of humble servants who understand that all people are made in the image of God and therefore have inherent value, worth, and dignity. These servants would know that the sexual exploitation and the buying and selling of human beings is on all levels an abomination to The Holy God who created them. By their thoughts, words, and deeds, they would be committed to bringing the redemptive story of God as found in His Word to any and all who would be impacted by the Human Trafficking industry.

Our Mission

To rescue, restore, and resource women and children from the bondage of human trafficking and addiction.

Our Strategy – Rescue | Restore | Recognize | Resource

Rescue through survivor-informed interventions. Restore through survivor-informed curriculum and relational wraparound support. Educate the community to Recognize Human Trafficking and Resource survivors with jobs through NAHT's Sweet Daisy social enterprise.

Our Values – Humble | Simple | Hopeful

Humbly Kingdom-minded, Simply Christ-focused, with Holy Spirit-empowered Hope!

Our Statement of Belief

All roads of justice and healing lead to Jesus.

Our Motto

This is a marathon not a sprint. We pace ourselves by waiting on The Commander of the army! (Joshua 5:13-15)

The "Inspire Hope" Movement

Helping victims of human trafficking become survivors and ultimately, thrivers.

Rescued women bring tremendous value to the local workforce and economy

Women rescued from human trafficking have gained valuable life skills on the streets. NAHT provides victims with job resources and training that help translate these into occupational skills that help them gain financial independence and contribute to the success of businesses in our community.

Meet the NAHT Team

Mary Trapnell

Founder, Executive Director

Christina Meadows

Director of Operations and Rescue

Heather Casey

Director of Development

Tammi Newton M.S., LPC-MHSP

Licensed Professional Counselor and Restore Coordinator

Monti Herring

Director of Educate to Recognize

Katie Moessner

Sweet Daisy Creative Director

Madie Michel

Social Media and Marketing Manager

Mary Barret Farnsworth

Development Donor Relations

Mary Lee McKee

Development Grants Coordinator

Lauren Castleberry

Executive Assistant

Ashley Watson

Sweet Daisy Business Administrator

LeAnn Walters

Restore Case Manager

Amber Eells

Transportation Coordinator and Rescue Administrator

Molly Hogan

Restore Case Manager and Sweet Daisy Assistant Lead Baker

Lauren Rives

Sweet Daisy Assistant Lead Baker

Nicole Riley

Sweet Daisy Entry Level Baker

Amy Gower

Director of Spiritual Vibrancy

Matthew Meadows

Grounds and Maintenance

Laura Duffett

Program and Transportation Support

Jacob Morphis

Executive Operations Manager

Meet the NAHT Board of Directors

Anne Lucas

President

R.A. Dickey

Vice Chair

Mary Morgan Ketchel

Development Co-Chairman

Janice Goodwin

Building & Grounds Committee

James Oliff

Treasurer

John Thompson

Building & Grounds Chair

Michael Ciklin

Finance Committee

Evan Gower

Legal Committee

Eric Krodel

Finance Committee

Memree Roberts

Secretary

Cecile Gideon

Development Committee

Jeb Beasley

Development Committee

Laurie Atkins

Development Committee

Kate Jackson

Development Committee