International Operations Coordinator
Faith Partnerships Coordinator
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Randy is the Executive Director and Founder of Ally. In his role, he oversees the vision and direction of the charity, focused on empowering national leaders in the countries where Ally works. An accomplished entrepreneur, Randy has founded multiple businesses and projects in both the for-profit and nonprofit sectors over the last decade.
Alongside fundraising teams, Randy has raised millions for development projects in Haiti, Iraq, Uganda, Nepal and India. He’s lead over 30 international volunteer teams in 14 countries. Randy has his Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management (PGDPM) and a Red Seal in Carpentry. Randy lives with his wife Jamie and pup Harley in Vancouver.
Jamie is the Marketing Manager at Ally, where she manages and creates content for Ally’s digital channels. In addition, Jamie oversees The Refuge (Ally’s monthly giving community) and champions its growth through creative marketing strategies. Drawn to order, Jamie shines when auditing systems across the organization and implementing clear processes to increase efficiency.
Prior to her role at Ally, Jamie worked as a photographer (and a copywriter) where she built a trusted brand known for quality work and detailed communication. Self-taught and driven by a desire to improve, Jamie has a decade of proven experience in marketing, copywriting and systems. When Jamie’s not at work, you’ll find her hanging out with her husband Randy, walking her pup Harley or watching The Office on repeat while organizing her apartment for fun.
Amy has a Masters in Counselling from TWU, and is a clinical counsellor specializing in trauma. Amy has worked in the mental health field for the past 6 years.
Amy’s passion for human trafficking started many years ago, after she learned about the issue through a documentary. Amy has volunteered internationally in anti-trafficking work, and supports Ally as a research and mental health consultant.
When Amy isn’t working, she loves to travel and learn more about other cultures. When she’s staying local, she loves to hike, cook and drink copious amounts of coffee.
Alicia is the Faith Partnerships Coordinator at Ally. She's a true extrovert who loves meeting new people, building relationships and connecting others to important causes. Before her role at Ally, Alicia travelled the world as a flight attendant with Emirates Airlines, worked for the BC Lions Football team as well as a nonprofit helping teenagers discover their value.
Alicia has supported Ally since the beginning, and is proud to be a part of a team helping to support survivors of human trafficking. In her spare time, you'll find Alicia hanging out with her husband and adorable puppy Bo.
Carleigh is Ally’s operations coordinator. She has a Bachelor of Arts from UBC with a double major in English and Psychology, but it was an interest in event planning that has shaped Carleigh's career. Over the past few years, Carleigh has gained experience coordinating conferences, weddings and events for both local and international clients.
Carleigh loves that, at Ally, she is able to use her skill set to support a cause she is passionate about. She first learned about human trafficking by joining a social justice club as a teenager, and has since travelled to Kenya, Myanmar and Thailand with international volunteer teams.
Arielle oversees all of Ally’s creative needs—from brand, to design, to video production and marketing assets—and helps develop and execute various campaigns.
Having been involved in visual and performing arts her entire life, Arielle is passionate about finding creative ways to communicate meaningful stories through different mediums. Previously, she has worked as the Art Director at Veto Studio, creating compelling brands and campaigns for both nonprofits and for-profit businesses, and as Lead Designer at Colours & Shapes where she gained experience in live event production. Arielle loves that she now gets to use her design and event experience to help serve Ally's mission.
Nikki Routley is a Senior Financial Analyst at Electronic Arts and has worked in Financial Planning and Analysis for the past 7 years. Before her role at Electronic Arts, she worked in the renewable energy sector at Schneider Electric. She earned her BBA in Finance at Simon Fraser University and is a Chartered Professional Accountant in Canada.
Nikki has a passion for connecting with others whether it is on the operational side of the business helping to reach financial goals, or finding ways to build stronger relationships. Nikki loves combining her knowledge of finance with her desire to help people through Ally.
Tanis Jorge is a serial entrepreneur, co-founding four successful tech companies over the last two decades. From bootstrapping her earlier businesses to raising millions in investment in Silicon Valley, Tanis has built up an extensive network and checklist of skills that are necessary to launch a flourishing organization in the marketplace.
Jorge's expertise in strategic planning and early-stage execution, along with her dedication to International Aid, is a valuable addition to the Ally Board.
Linda is currently an associate lawyer at Fulton and Company Law Corporation in Vancouver. After obtaining her law degree from Dalhousie University, Linda worked for a national law firm, practising in the areas of commercial litigation, employment, and business immigration. Passionate about pursuing the cause of justice around the world, she resigned from her job to spend two years in Cebu, Philippines as a Legal Fellow with International Justice Mission, supporting the Cebu Field Office in combatting the online sexual exploitation of children. During that time, she saw the dire need for more safe havens for rescued women and children in Cebu and beyond. Since returning to Vancouver, she is excited to continue contributing to the work of restoring survivors of modern-day slavery by serving Ally Global Foundation and its partners.
Eric Davis is a Canadian commercial writer and director and the Founder and Director of Creative at Veto Studio—a provocative creative agency located in Vancouver. As a Creative Director Eric has created award-winning national brand campaigns. For his work as Writer and Director on the short film The Twelve Thousand, Eric was awarded the Globe Award at the ARFF Amsterdam International Film Festival (2019). The Twelve Thousand also recently received awards from the LA Shorts International Film Festival (2020), the New Jersey International Film Festival (2020) and the Winnipeg Real to Reel Film Festival (2020).
Janice Alida is a distinguished international fashion model, residing in New York City. Over the span of her 10-year career, she has worked with every top designer, brand, and magazine in the world, including Vogue and ELLE, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, H&M and Zara. Janice has an ongoing, five-year partnership with the Soho Grand Hotel in New York where they lease her cookie recipe to serve daily to their VIP guests, with 100% of profits given to ACE New York—an organization serving to empower and support the homeless population toward economic independence. She and her husband, Andrew, are involved as investors in the restaurant industry in New York as well. Janice is from Vancouver, Canada.
Anne's background is rooted in social justice: working for non-profit agencies that advocated for newcomers to Canada and multicultural initiatives. She developed Crime Prevention Programs for youth under the Attorney General's office in BC and loved her time in the classroom as a secondary school educator teaching Spanish.
Currently, she directs the Women's Ministry at Village Church, Canada. Born and raised into a Lebanese heritage, Anne understands the challenges and beauty of being first-generation Canadian. Anne and Carlos have been married for thirteen years and are parents to Nathaniel and Hannah.
Philip currently serves as the Executive Director of Dalit Freedom Network. Originally from Scotland, Philip has made Vancouver his home with his wife Louise and three children for the past sixteen years. After studying at the University of Aberdeen and later, Regent College, Philip has had a varied career in corporate risk management and pastoral ministry before moving into the charitable sector. With family roots in Kolkata, India Philip has been engaged in justice work throughout the world for much of his adult life. Having travelled widely across the world Philip is passionate about the rescue and restoration of young women and children from modern-day slavery and exploitation. This passion drives Philip to ensure that his skill and expertise serve Ally Global Foundation in order to see its projects flourish.
Stephan is a founder and managing partner at Gramercy Developments—a family run business specializing in residential land development. Having built many communities through out the lower mainland, Stephan feels a responsibility to give back to the community and is passionately involved in many local and international organizations.
Stephan, his wife Heidi and two children, Charlotte and Cooper, have travelled extensively—including a recent trip to Cambodia, where the extent of poverty and human trafficking became all too real. Stephan hopes to be an effective Ally board member bringing his experience, business knowledge and energy to ultimately help make a difference in the world.