Peoria Home is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting women survivors of sex trafficking and prostitution. Our vision is for women to grow individually, reclaiming their freedom while living in community. Located in Everett, WA, Peoria Home supports women in Snohomish County and across the US.

Making Our Mission Work
As a privately funded 501(c)3 charity, we rely completely on donor support to help us provide a home, supplies, education and medical care for each resident in our program. Over 75% of every dollar donated goes to the Peoria Home program.


Meet the Team

 

Terri Inglis

Executive Director

Terri joined Peoria Home May 2019 and comes with an extensive track record in business, and having held key nonprofit leadership positions. Most recently, Terri spent a decade at Homeward Pet Adoption Center in Woodinville, growing that nonprofit into one of the region’s most respected animal welfare organizations. After stepping away from the executive director role there, she continued to support the local nonprofit community in a consulting capacity, advising and assisting with business and board development, marketing communications, and operational and program improvements.

 

Kusum Batey

Program Manager

In the summer of 2015, Kusum joined Peoria Home as a volunteer and in April 2018, was hired on as the Program Manager. Her background is in domestic violence, mental health, chemical dependency, homelessness and trauma. She has worked in social services for the last 16 years and has a BA in psychology from The American University in Cairo. Kusum speaks Arabic, Hindi, Phadhi, a north Indian Himalayan dialect, fluently.

 

Megan Reinikka

Resident & Volunteer Coordinator

Megan joined the Peoria Home team July 2019 as our new Resident & Volunteer Coordinator. Her educational background in psychology, combined with her professional experience in social service allowed her to work with relevant populations including domestic violence/sexual assault survivors, low-income individuals with chronic health conditions, and those working to find recovery from substance use and mental illness. Megan is also a survivor of online commercial sexual exploitation.


 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Founder & Board President

Paula Newman-Skomski, Forensic Nurse Examiner, Providence Intervention Center for Assault & Abuse

 

Board Vice President

Sylvia Anderson / CEO, Everett Gospel Mission

Board Secretary

Laura Patton Ballard, Retired, Family Practice Physician

Board Members

Tresa Myers / Management, Kate Spade

 


Interested in a role with the Peoria Home Board of Directors?  Send your inquiry to info@peoriahome.org