Meet the Team
We are a group of abolitionists dedicated to breaking the chains of modern-day slavery. We engage with communities, advancing awareness into action to end human trafficking.
Founder & Executive Director
Jordan’s passion to combat human trafficking was sparked at a young age, which shaped much of her life journey. She received her B.A. in Politics with a minor in Criminal Justice from Messiah College and took every opportunity to better understand the issue and the many ways it impacts society.
She has served alongside several organizations that work with survivors, as well as received extensive training in crisis management, and built a strong network of fellow freedom fighters and law enforcement officials. Today, her passion to see freedom for all is stronger than ever.
Community Relations Coordinator
Caroline was first exposed to human trafficking while working with A21 in refugee camps in Greece. The atrocities of modern-day slavery she witnessed gripped her heart and moved her to action.
Since that experience, Caroline has been involved in many areas within the anti-trafficking movement, including prevention, awareness, trainings, and fundraising. She has decided to devote her life to the cause, and plans to further her education in Sydney, Australia, where she will study Pastoral Leadership and Social Justice at Hillsong International Leadership College. She intends to use this degree to lead and speak internationally on the issue of human trafficking.
FUndraising and social media Coordinator
Sara was first impacted by human trafficking while touring a free medical clinic in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She was heart-broken to learn about the number of human trafficking cases in Harrisburg City alone, but even more distressing, the numbers on a national and global scale. She seeks to raise awareness in the community about human trafficking so each and every one of us can take a step to end modern-day slavery.
Sara received her B.A. in Corporate Communications from Susquehanna University and an MBA from Lebanon Valley College.
Lacey first heard of human trafficking as an issue for young girls in India a decade ago. That first experience moved her to educate herself on the issue and how she could take action. Her B.A. in Political Science and International Studies, and professional experience in government and non-profit work are the background upon which she continues to build her pursuit of fighting this heinous crime.
Now a professional photographer by trade, Lacey brings her passion for storytelling and engaging audiences to the forefront of her involvement in pursuing Greenlight Operation's mission to bring awareness to this issue and take action to fight human trafficking locally.