Audrey Weiger serves as the CEO of Grace Horizon, an anti-trafficking organization located in Central Indiana. Grace Horizon is a community of survivors in Central Indiana supporting each other in recovery from violence and exploitation, including human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Grace Horizon believes in a two-generational approach to anti-trafficking work with a team dedicated to the participants and their children. “When you get to stand there and support someone as they transform their lives, it's a pretty incredible thing to witness,” said Weiger. Serving as CEO, Weiger says she wears many hats. Weiger’s role includes resource development, financial and grant management, donor communications for the organization, public speaking on behalf of the organization and recruitment for volunteers. Weiger started volunteering at Grace Horizon in the Spring of 2020 before her selection to CEO in January of 2021-- not an easy task in the midst of a global pandemic. Before joining Grace Horizon, Weiger grew up in Bowling Green, Ohio, and currently resides in Anderson, Indiana. In 2006, Weiger graduated from Anderson University and completed her MBA there in 2011. Weiger is married to Josh and has two children. She hopes that each person involved in Grace Horizon comes to know the wholeness for which they were created.
Ray Morales - Social Worker
Marjorie Osborn - Children's Advocate
Micayla Kinser - Resource Support & Peer Recovery Coach
Raven (Rae) Smith - Employment Coach
Board of Directors
Angel Cummings -
VP of Operations; University Dermatology Center Angel Cummings is a board member for Grace Horizon, an anti-trafficking organization located in central Indiana that works with women in the sex trade industry to help befriend and show them God’s love. Cummings is in her fifth year with Grace Horizon and started out with fundraising, seeking donations and sponsorships for the organization. “Recognizing strong women of our community who give back and encourage others is a great moment,” Cummings said when talking about their annual Legends Ball. “At Grace Horizon, we let them [women] know that they are loved, and that if they ever need help, we are there for them,” Cummings said. A big portion of Grace Horizon is outreach, which has recently been a challenge for the organization. Cummings mentioned the struggles the organization has had with getting into strip clubs now. “We have to be creative and have more outreach,” said Cummings. Luncheons and opportunities for women to chat in a safe space have now been put into place. As a board member, Cummings carries out duties such as helping the women at Grace Horizon who work with the participants. She makes sure they have funds and any help they need to aid the participants of the organization. She also helps with changes and suggestions for the organization. Prior to joining the board of Grace Horizon, Cummings attended Indiana Wesleyan University. She grew up in Alexandria, Indiana, and now resides in Fishers. Cummings is married to her husband Jeff, and has two children ages six and eight years old. She also has a family dog named Ellie. Although this is not her full time job, Cummings loves having the opportunity to serve on the board at Grace Horizon. “I was sitting in church one day, and the sermon was about getting into the community and serving others,” she said. Cummings went on to say that she felt a calling, and that Grace Horizon was the perfect opportunity.
Ra'Lynn Kelley - Vice-President
Digital Media Specialist at Church of God Ministries (Anderson,Indiana) and a freelance designer through her small business R.A.D. Ra’Lynn found her way back into the world of social media and digital advertising after her time as Senior Graphic Designer for Caesars Entertainment and five years of service as an Anderson University admissions counselor and Manager of Digital Media. Born and raised in Anderson, Indiana, she holds a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications (sales and promotions) from Ball State University and a marketing MBA from the Falls School of Business at Anderson University. Ra’Lynn believes that women’s voices are crucial in the shaping of culture and is passionate about the empowerment of women. She became a member of the board to invest and give back to the community that helped shape her. Kelley is the digital media specialist for the Church of God. She has had many different jobs in the communications field using her talents as a way to build community and minister to people in a nontraditional way. “It has been truly important to me, staying true to my faith and also finding ways to build community,” Kelley said. Kelley said that maintaining her faith in her career and life is her proudest accomplishment. She said that there have been many times that she has had to keep true to her faith and it has paid off. She wants other people to know that by maintaining faith and believing in themselves, God will always open the door you are supposed to walk through. Kelley also loves to design. This is something she says has led her to where she is today. She said that if she would not have taken a leap of faith and bet on herself, she would not be using these talents in order to minister to people. Believing in herself and in the importance of the talents that God has given her, has led her to a position that she can reach and minister to many different people. Sarah Lucas is a senior at Anderson University, majoring in public relations and political science. Lucas is an associate with Fifth Street Communications®, a student-run public relations agency at Anderson University.
Erin Waggoner - Treasurer
Director of Audit Operations; KSM Erin currently serves KSM as the Director of Audit Operations. She received her BA in Accounting from Anderson University and her MS in Accounting from Ball State University. She worked in public accounting for Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP for nine years in Indianapolis. After her time in public accounting, Erin became an Assistant Professor of Accounting for the Falls School of Business at Anderson University for three years. She is a CPA and member of the Indiana CPA Society and the AICPA.
Program Manager, Sexual Assault Treatment Center, Community Hospital Hope Miller BSN, RN, SANE-A, SANE-P is a graduate of Indiana University South Bend and has been a registered nurse for 22 years. Hope has worked in the acute care setting for her entire career with most of that time being in the emergency department; at present she is the Program Manager of the Sexual Assault Treatment Center (SATC) at Community Hospital Anderson. Hope has been practicing as a SANE/Forensic Nurse for eleven years and relocated from Texas to Indiana in 2021. She is in her last semester pursuing a master’s in forensic nursing online through Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts.
Housing Counselor / Compliance Officer
Regional Director, Luna With a background in immigration and employment law, Attorney Kristin Hoffman has been representing trafficking survivors in Indiana since 2016. She has helped survivors understand their rights, report to law enforcement, connect with support services, overcome barriers to employment, and pursue civil legal damages under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act.
Director of Special Programs, JobSource
Facilities Manager at Park Place Church of God and Community Center
Entrepreneur & Business owner, Bakes By Brandi
Joey Cole, Police Chief, Chesterfield City, Indiana, decided to make a career in law enforcement in order to help people and give back to the community. This was something that he wanted to do at a young age and felt that law enforcement would be the best way to make an impact in this community. He discusses that being the in law enforcement means that there are no two days alike. There are many different things that Cole is in charge of and all revolve around helping the community in some way or another. This involves being on call 24/7 for his community. Cole makes a difference in the lives of everyone in the community by trying to help everyone he comes in contact with. He is a positive person in the lives of staff, inmates, and anyone else he meets along the way.
Founder, Rev. Dr. Kimberly Majeski is a scholar, preacher and author who challenges her audiences to find the life-transforming connection between their personal story and the inspiring, ancient story of the Scriptures. A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Kimberly brings a dose of Southern charm to her scholarship. As a radio personality, conference speaker, women’s retreat leader, Bible teacher, and pastor, Kimberly captivates audiences with her ability to exposit Biblical truths through storytelling that is engaging, transparent and uplifting. Kimberly's appointments include pastoral and leadership roles in local and national contexts including Campus Pastor at Anderson University, Ministry Coordinator of Women of the Church of God, and co-host of a weekly radio broadcast, ViewPoint. Today Kimberly serves as Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Anderson University School of Theology and writes a popular blog at KimberlyMajeski.com. She is an ordained minister of the Church of God and has completed post graduate education at the University of Notre Dame and the Anderson School of Theology where she obtained her doctoral degree in 2009. Kimberly resides in Anderson, Indiana with her husband, Kevin, and their son Max. Two black cats, Monkey and Henry complete this happy family. She is now the Executive Director of Christian Women Connection, the national women’s ministry of the Church of God.