Executive Director, SlaveFree Today
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Modern Slavery
Jodi is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with a BA and MA in Psychology, and is a specialist in Education and Community Counseling. She is active in local humanitarian aid/direct services as a volunteer and counselor. She is also involved in equine assisted psychotherapy. A gifted teacher, she has taught every age from toddlers to college, focusing on Montessori Upper Elementary (ages 9-12). She has provided children, adolescents, and families with mental health and social services for 20 years.
Daniel W. Reese
Director of Finances
Dan Reese has a lifetime of successful work in the for profit and not-for-profit communities, most recently serving as the CFO and COO for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial fund. During his nearly seven year tenure he raised over 75 million in direct and in-kind donations while earning four national awards for Public Service Announcement production and growing VVMF’s online presence dramatically. He has led fundraising for the National Council for Adoption and was for seven years managing Director of the Business Alliance for Vietnamese Education, managing the writing and printing of 20 million English textbooks while securing American English as the First Foreign language for Vietnam. Prior to his not-for-profit work Dan had a successful career in banking, rising to Senior Vice President for Shawmut Bank, and in Connecticut State Government, where he was featured twice in the Connecticut Section of the New York Times for securing funds while working for Connecticut Governor Ella T Grasso. Dan holds a Masters in Business from Columbia University and a BS in Political Science from Trinity College in Hartford. He is married with six children and eight grandchildren.
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Designs, maintains, and manages new content for the SlaveFree Today website and is the Technical Editor and digital publisher of the Journal of Modern Slavery. Maintains the organization’s digital financial records. Founding member of the No Human Trafficking and Slavery Today NGOs. Graduated from the United States Air Force Academy and after a career in the USAF is currently a Captain at a major worldwide airline.
Kathryn Falk Campbell
Kathryn Falk Campbell used to be an actress and singer, Chief Public Defender, Prosecutor, Navy JAG, Litigator and Appellate Lawyer for Multinational Corporations, Child Advocate, Chair of Michigan’s State Bar Children’s Law Section, Gubernatorial Policy Appointee (Deputy Director, Michigan Human Services, member of Governor’s Transition Teams), and a lot of other things. She liked all that very much. She likes teaching full time (everything from International LLMs to Legal Writing to Human Trafficking at California Western Law School and worldwide, and now Legal Analysis, Writing, and Skills at Southwestern Law School) even better. Professor Campbell and her husband live together in the mountains north of Los Angeles. Her husband entertains the world singing and writing songs, her personal-trainer/aerobatic performing artist daughter joyfully ran away to join the circus after college, and the family enjoys climbing up and down mountains.
Ely was born in Maiquetia, Venezuela. She graduated with a Bachelors of Business Administration geared toward the tourism industry. After university, she worked for a contractor at the American Embassy in Caracas and spent a decade working for cruise lines and airlines. She moved to the United States in 2003. Ely is multilingual; fluent in spanish and english, with a working understanding of portuguese, italian, and french. She is a certified Upper Elementary Montessori teacher and teaches spanish as a second language. Ely is passionate about empowering vulnerable people and making a positive impact on everyone she meets. She is honored to serve on the board of SlaveFree Today.
Logynn B. Ferrall
Logynn comes to SlaveFree Today as an organizational and leadership consultant/coach. She has worked in non-profits as a large donor fundraiser and Board of Directors strategy consultant. Her career has been over 30 years in the management consulting industry and she has worked around the globe on large projects and multi-cultural teams. At the beginning of her career she was a major fundraiser for The Hunger Project, a global NGO. Residing in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia with her husband, Buck and her cats, she is a photographer and artist of the natural world. Logynn is honored to be on the Board of Directors and to help the organization grow in both outreach and sponsorship for the good work that SlaveFree Today is dedicated to.
Cynthia holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from Columbus State University. In addition to working in public administration and private businesses, she has served on numerous nonprofit boards including Troup County Humane Society, Babies on Natural Diets, and The Children’s House at Serenbe, among others. Mother to 4 biological kids and untold numbers of others, she currently resides in Newnan GA with too many cats, too little space and hair color subject to change, where she cares for elderly parents and spends lots of time managing everyone’s life.
Rebecca Knight is a Montessori teacher, a 2013 graduate of Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Early Childhood Education. Her hobbies include knitting and crocheting, reading, and spending time with her Fiancé and five rescue dogs. She recently became aware of SlaveFree Today and the Journal of Modern Slavery and strongly believes that this is a cause worth being a part of. She feels it is important for people to be aware of what is happening in the world around them and to help in any way possible to make the world a better place for all. She’s excited to be a part of this conversation and to help in any way that she can to further the discussion and to make a change.
Roger is a graduate of Georgia State University with a dual degree in Business and Political Science with a concentration in Organizational Development. His background in working with leadership programs began in Latin America and eventually led him to Atlanta where he worked for Delta Air Lines for over 18 years. He helped expand the company throughout Latin America and Asia, sourcing top-tier talent by leading the training and development of Delta’s international teams. At Delta he was also the President of the Hispanic Employee Resource Group and assisted in expanding programming for other ERGs in corporations around the state, partnering with local Atlanta non-profits to expand successful leadership programs for high school and college students. He is currently the Chairman of the Board for the Hispanic Organization Promoting Education (HOPE), a Georgia Non-Profit and is on the Board of Advisors of Perimeter College. Roger is currently the Director of Development for HR Strategies.
SlaveFree Today NGO Advisory Board Members
Advisory Board Member
Founder and Former Executive Director, Slavery Today NGO, 2009 – 2018
Jacqueline is committed to fostering a more deeply educated and engaged level of multinational leaders and decision-makers, across all socioeconomic levels. From grassroots pillars to presidents, she believes no one who understands Slavery’s magnitude and impact on all facets of our humanity and society can hold that knowledge and do nothing.
Her past work has included professional photography, editorial writing, fifteen years in a variety of positions in the film and Television industry and lifelong volunteer humanitarian work. Jacqueline is a veteran of the United States Air Force. She is also a Survivor.
Advisory Board Member
Roger is the co-founder and Executive Director of Promote Congo. He is a visiting Scholar with Boston University’s African Studies Center. Since 2012 he has been invited as a guest lecturer for Human Trafficking studies at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Roger is a legal consultant for international NGOs and has published numerous works dealing with Human Rights issues, including drafting the majority of the DRC’s Bill on the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, which was approved by the DRC government and is pending adoption by the Congolese Parliament. He earned his LL.M in Human Rights Law from the University of Cape Town (South Africa) and his Licence en Droit (License in Law) from Université Protestante au Congo (DRC).
Monica Rey Bailey
Advisory Board Member
Monica Rey Bailey was a stay at home mother who entered law school later in life with the ambition to see women and children free from exploitation and slavery. She has been practicing law for three years, during which time she has devoted her efforts to pro bono cases and helping others in the fight against slavery. Her goals are to use her skills in networking and advocacy to assist in investigations and bring together people who are working to help women and children around the world.