The Mentor Support Collaborative...Christian leaders who are dedicated to empowering the Church.
MSC Leadership Team
Rebecca Bloomfield: Former Executive Director of Saint Child, Consultant at Bloomfield Consulting, Mending the Soul Board Member and Director of NW Regional Leadership Team. Rebecca is an expert in counter human trafficking, with over 10 years of experience working directly with survivors, specializing in adolescent girls. She teaches communities, organizations, and leaders in abuse and trauma recovery and trauma informed practices both domestically and internationally that equip caregivers and offer healing to survivors of all types of abuse. Rebecca also has 4 years experience as a Sexual Assault Resource Center Advocate providing youth with crisis intervention, safety planning, court accompaniment, and emotional support.
Darlene Domenigoni: MSC Director, Bridging the Gap Advisory Board, Good Shepherd Community Impact Leadership Team and Survivor Support Ministry Leader. Darlene has been married to Mark for 29 years and they have two children, one daughter in law, and a grandbaby girl on the way! Darlene has served as Women's Ministry Director and in church administration over the last 17 years. Sickened by the horror of sex-trafficking, Darlene helped start a Survivor Support Ministry within her church in 2011. In early 2013, the sergeant of the HT Task Force called Darlene to help a young lady who had just been rescued from a trafficking situation. This survivor's rescue led to developing a Mentoring Ministry to mentor women through their healing journey after exiting the sex industry. Serving Jesus and seeing women healed and set free is Darlene’s passion and what motivates her. Her focus now is training and equipping others with the goal of establishing a Survivor Support Ministry in every church. Darlene also helped create the Bridging the Gap intranet in partnership with the Portland Police, which members received a City of Portland PPB commendation medal for in May 2015.
Adrienne Livingston: Director of Anti-Sex Trafficking Initiatives for World Venture, Door to Grace board member. Co-Author of "Biblical Response to Sexual Exploitation" curriculum. Adrienne is from Portland, Oregon. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, International Business and International Studies from Oregon State University and her Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies from Western Seminary. She began getting involved in the Anti-Sex Trafficking movement in 2013. In October of 2014, she became the Global Director of Anti-Sex Trafficking Initiatives with WorldVenture. Adrienne works to educate the church about the issue of sex trafficking, understand how our culture contributes to this issue so they can get engaged to prevent, end the demand and take a Kingdom stance against it locally and globally.
Angela Miller: MSC Training Coordinator, Former Assistant Dean of Women, Portland Bible College, Former Youth Pastor, Survivor Support Ministry Leader, City Bible Church. Angie has been mentoring youth and young adults for almost 3 decades with a focus on helping sexually abused and traumatized people find true healing, freedom, and restoration. In more recent years, she has felt called to focus specifically on women who have been trapped in the life of trafficking. She dedicates most of her free time working with the Mentor Support Collaborative, training others and helping survivors heal through the Survivor Support Ministry of City Bible Church. She is also on the worship team at CBC, where she takes that same passion into leading worship and supporting the worship team for its ultimate end- to enable people to draw closer to God. Married to her husband Rich for 30 years, her pride and joy are her two sons, daughter-in-law, and new grandson- who has her wrapped around his little finger.
Jeri Moomaw: Survivor-Leader, Executive Director of Innovations HTC, National trainer for U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services OTIP (Office on Trafficking In Persons), U.S. Dept. of Justice, and Homeland Security. Creator of "Survivor Voices" program. Jeri holds an A.A. degree in Social work as well as certifications in advocacy, CAASE, motivational interviewing, Healing Arts and Deceptions. She is a recognized expert on gangs, human trafficking and violence against women in Tribal communities, and is often called upon to be an expert witness in trials. Most recently, Jeri has been appointed to the Washington State and Thurston County human trafficking task forces. A powerful trainer and keynote speaker, Jeri shares her own compelling story of exploitation from a survivor’s perspective. She focuses on gaps, system failures and missed opportunities to identify, how to enhance screening and response protocols and how to respond in a culturally appropriate manner. Jeri currently lives in Olympia, Washington with her husband Alan and enjoys kayaking. She is also an accomplished Native beadwork artist.
Jody Noon, RN and J.D.: Former Director of Door to Grace, Mending the Soul leadership team. Through her thirty-year career, Jody has practiced as a Public Health Nurse, a health care regulatory lawyer, and healthcare business consultant. After retiring as Deloitte & Touche LLP’s National Practice Leader of Health Sciences Regulatory Consulting, Jody returned to her roots in Oregon and began working with Mending the Soul and as Director of Door to Grace, a nonprofit working with sexually exploited youth. Jody has a passion for children, health care and arts & crafts. Jody graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Nursing in 1977 and Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
Rebekah Stines, MSPC, LPC Intern and Mending the Soul Leadership team and facilitator. Rebekah has a Bachelor's in Music Education from Ouachita Baptist University. She earned her Master's of Science in Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University. She has worked in a variety of settings, including community mental health agencies, schools, and private practice. In counseling, the therapeutic relationship between Rebekah and her clients is something she truly prioritizes to create safety and trust, which is where she believes healing can truly begin. Rebekah is also very involved with a local nonprofit, Mending the Soul, where she offers training and consultations to professional groups and other non-profit agencies around the U.S.
Celestia G. Tracy, M.A.: Founder & Director of Resource Development, Mending the Soul, Inc. Celestia received her M.A. in Counseling/Psychology from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon in 1994 and has worked as a professional counselor for over 18 years. Together, with her husband, they co-founded and co-direct Mending the Soul Ministries, Inc., a Christian non-profit dedicated to equipping and resourcing community and church leaders in an informed and compassionate response to those impacted by abuse. Celestia draws from 25 years of professional experience, teaching and training both domestically and internationally in areas of: abuse & healing, secondary trauma, intimacy & bonding, biblical sexuality, singles & sexuality, and soul care.
Melinda West, Founder of Freedom Calling of Oregon. Melinda is happily married to her husband of 27 years and has 2 beautiful adult daughters. She has worked in the healthcare industry for over 20 years and has a bachelor’s degree in health care administration, graduating with magna cum laude honors. Throughout her career she has held positions within primary care provider clinics, Oregon Health Authority/State of Oregon Medicaid division, Oral Health Management organizations, and as an independent consultant. She also served as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician for Molalla Fire Department for several years. She is the founder of Freedom Calling of Oregon, which raises awareness of the issue of sex trafficking in churches all over the state of Oregon. Melinda has served on the local Nazarene church boards for several years and is currently serving a three year term at Portland First Church of the Nazarene.