Lisa Hansen

Founder & Executive Director

Lisa ran away at the age of 14, ending up a victim of sex trafficking. Needing shelter and the means to survive, she did whatever it took to get by. The next four years of her life consisted of group homes, couch surfing, and living on the streets. The culmination of these events has inspired a lifelong dedication to helping future generations navigate the treacherous waters of sexual predators. Lisa has become a catalyst in defending and inspiring thousands of youth in a variety of positive ways, including supervising a home for troubled teenage girls and house parenting group homes for foster children, in addition to developing and conducting comprehensive community prevention education on relationships and predator prevention for 20 years, training youth and adults including, volunteers, parents, educators, and other community members.


Felicia Hansen

Director of Operations & Community Relations

Felicia’s 15+ years in the non-profit sector have allowed her to fulfill her passion: to restore hope to those impacted by trauma who are struggling to thrive.  She brings 7 years of experience in education through College and Career advising and as a Youth Workforce Program Coordinator. Felicia is a certified College Access Professional, and her goal is to help remove barriers that prevent students from achieving their educational goals. Felicia is also a part of the Stop Child Abuse AZ Taskforce. The title she is most proud of is wife and mom of 4.


Jessica Rzepecki

Director of Learning

Jessica has been an educator since 2011, working as a middle school classroom teacher, site technology coordinator, and at-risk youth program coordinator. Education is her passion and history will always be her first love. She holds a BAE in History from the University of Arizona, MA in Curriculum and Instruction from Grand Canyon University, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology with an emphasis in integrating technology, learning, and psychology.