Sarah is the President and Co-Founder of Rescue One More. Prior to Rescue One More, Sarah ran a marketing consultancy focused on helping nonprofits around the world raise money and awareness. She began working in the non-profit space in 2009 while living in Uganda. From global entities like World Vision to missionary-run ministries, Sarah is passionate about helping Christian nonprofits achieve their marketing goals. Sarah also served as the African Program Manager for Work For Life, a non-profit organization working to fight poverty in Africa by training people to start and run sustainable businesses through its Entrepreneur Training Program. Prior to her time in Uganda, Sarah ran a public relations consultancy for software start-ups in Austin, TX. Sarah and her husband, Scott, have six children and currently reside in Austin, TX.
Team Category: Board
Hel Meyer’s career spans over two decades in Executive Human Resources and Organizational Development with Motorola and Dell Inc. He held executive board positions with Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation and Any Baby Can. He and his wife, Betty, have volunteered with Manos de Cristo. Together, they established Jack Mountain Ranch in 1998 in Wimberley, TX where they manage a herd of Texas Longhorns along with 3 miniature donkeys.
Randy Rush is on a mission of social good to stop white-collar crime and other social injustices by exposing them to the world. He founded Rantanna Media, a social good publishing and media company, to give victims a voice and raise widespread awareness about the devastating impact of these crimes and other social injustices. Randy devotes time and resources to the foundations he creates to help those in need. Randy is especially committed to transforming the lives of children in Africa by providing them the education, love and hope they need to succeed.
A primary school educator, Janet Reeves has worked with children for over a decade. She’s also been involved in numerous church plants, including Passion City Church in Atlanta, The Austin Stone, and most recently Kings Porch Church.
Andrew Barlow has dedicated his career to helping leaders communicate with clarity and impact. Having served in the military, the ministry, state government and consulting, he “speaks the language” no matter where he shows up. Equally skilled in crisis communications and creative expressions, he brings a calming presence to any room and creative inspiration at every turn. He and his wife, Trina, make their home in Austin, TX
Born and raised in Uganda, Lillian Butele Kelle is a survivor of child sexual violence. She has written and published several books including “The Bad Touch,” a children’s book highlighting the dangers of sexual violence against children and “I Know Now It Was All For Good: Learning That Nothing Just Happens,” a memoir recounting her own story of child sexual abuse and her long journey to finding hope and healing. A child safety advocate, motivational speaker, and producer, Lillian currently lives in the U.S. with her husband and their two children.
Sarah Compton is the managing partner at Stallop, Compton & Robillard, PLLC. She has over 20 years of experience in public accounting. She specializes in tax compliance and consulting services for high-net-worth individuals, closely held businesses and investment entities. Sarah holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Oklahoma Christian University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She was also the recipient of the 2019 Outstanding Business Alumni Achievement Award.
Leslie Beasley is the CEO of Miracle Foundation.org, an international nonprofit that helps orphans and foster children find a safe, stable, and permanent family. Whether in an orphanage or in the Foster Care System, Miracle Foundation’s vision is a family for every child in our lifetime. For the past 23 years, Miracle Foundation has been dedicated to improving the lives of children. In 2022 alone, Miracle supported more than 170,000 children. Miracle Foundation is a world leader in ending the need for orphanages and ensuring children grow up in safe, stable families.
Leslie has been at the forefront of the non-profit space for the last 25 years. Prior to Miracle Foundation, she was the Founder and CEO of Open Arms, a social enterprise that provides living-wage employment to women survivors of war. She was also a founding board member for Work for Life, an organization that assists African entrepreneurs in launching sustainable businesses to help eliminate poverty and Rescue One More, an organization focused on girls experiencing sexual abuse with a pathway to safety, justice and healing.
Scott is the CEO and co-founder of Rescue One More. Prior to Rescue One More, he served as the director of development for the African Children’s Choir (ACC) where he worked for 12 years. Scott lived and worked in Uganda for seven years. While there, he helped lead the vision and construction of the ACC’s two 15-acre school campuses, was active in music ministries, and built trusted relationships with ministry partners around the world. Prior to his work with the ACC, Scott worked for an enterprise software company in Austin, TX. Scott and his wife, Sarah, have six children and currently reside in Austin, TX.