Steering Committee

This team stewards Sanctuary Night. They are responsible for its purpose and vision, in addition to its practical needs, like budgets and volunteer training.

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Hannah Estabrook

Hannah Estabrook, MA, LPCC-S, has been working as a clinician in the mental health field for over a decade and is currently employed by the Franklin County Municipal Court as Coordinator of CATCH Court, a Specialized Docket that serves victims of prostitution and human trafficking. She is co-author of the book Beyond Desolate: Hope vs. Hate in the Rubble of Sexual Abuse. She also serves as a pastor of Franklinton Abbey.

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Caroline Moore

An enthusiastic and skilled leader, Caroline brings expertise and care to the table. She is a former member of the Salvation Army’s human trafficking law enforcement task force and is a current Master’s student at The Ohio State University. There, she studies Social Work with a focus mental health and substance abuse.

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Dan Olson

Dan is our “safe dude extraordinaire!” He is a retired photographer, father of five, and grandfather of one. Many have found emotional and physical healing through his passion for prayer. With a long history of church planting and leading mission trips to Central America, his heart has led him to serve the women in Franklinton by listening, cooking, hauling supplies and just being available.

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Heather Mohrman

Heather comes to our team with nearly 15 years of serving at-risk and drug addicted women as both a community provider at Rachel’s House in central Ohio and as a Franklin County Municipal Court Probation Officer. She was the Probation Officer for the Opiate Extension Program (OEP), the largest Drug Court in the state Ohio beginning in 2011. During Heather’s involvement in this intensive caseload, OEP participant program completion grew from 22 to nearly 70%. She then served victims of human trafficking and women charged with soliciting in Franklin County as the CATCH Court Probation Officer under presiding Judge Paul M. Herbert. CATCH has since become a national model for a specialized drug court addressing the complex needs of this population. Heather continues to use her gifts at Lives Back by connecting the Justice System to the community.

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Renee McCallion

Renee McCallon, MA, LPCC, is a four-year resident of Franklinton and mental health counselor. Currently, she works at Lower Lights Ministries in their recovery program. She is a proud mama of two young boys and brings a trauma-informed care and thoughtfulness with her everywhere.

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Heather Kristine

Heather is the keeper of order and organization! A recent Ohio transplant, Heather began calling the residents of Franklinton her neighbors before she even left sunny California! With a long history of work in church administration, Heather oversees logistics, details, and other essential operations-related Sanctuary Night needs. The team couldn’t be complete without her.

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Carmen Reynolds

Carmen has been a proud resident of Franklinton since 2017. During the work day, she enjoys her job as is a Reporting Analyst for the Ohio Hospital Association and her short commute to work on her bicycle. Outside of work, Carmen spends much of her free time rescuing and fostering dogs for adoption, building relationships with all types of people in her community, and playing volleyball. Carmen’s favorite quote is by the late Audrey Hepburn, “As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands — one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.”

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Tina Hennen

Tina Hennen is a survivor of the streets of the west side of Columbus. Having grown up without stability, she turned to drugs and fell prey to the traffickers who exploit the most vulnerable. Tina eventually found her freedom through the criminal justice system in Franklin County's CATCH Court. A 2017 graduate of the program, Tina now works as a Peer Support Specialist for Lower Lights Recovery. She is married and enjoys relationships with her children today. She is proud to return to the streets where she was once trafficked to offer her experience, strength, and hope.