Nicole is a Life and Performance Coach with Live Your Design and an Area Director for BNI, Business Networking International.
She was born and raised in Illinois where she graduated from Eastern Illinois University. Nicole and her husband, Ben, have 4 children that range in age from 9- 19. They are members of Chapin United Methodist Church.
Felicia L. Dauway is the Community Justice Administrator for the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice, she also serves as the Designee and Deputy Compact Administrator for the Interstate Compact for Juveniles (ICJ). She holds a BA degree in Sociology/Criminal Justice from Claflin University. She began her career with the state of South Carolina over 20 years ago. She previously held the position of Director of Victim Services for the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice and Interim Crime Victims’ Ombudsman for the Governor’s Office. She is a member of New Laurel Street Missionary Baptist Church and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Andrea Wind founded Lighthouse for Life with a vision and passion to provide healing and restoration to victims of domestic minor sex trafficking. She is also a board member and visionary for Lighthouse for Life.
Salim Khalil is a Manager-IT Audit for Dominion Energy in Cayce SC. Prior to his service with Lighthouse for Life, he served on the Elder Board for Radius Church in Lexington SC. Salim has a business degree from Clemson University where he met his wife Amanda, also a volunteer with Lighthouse for Life.
Reggie Gaymon is a family man who loves The Lord, is a Law Enforcement Officer with 30+ years of experience who makes every effort to live by Michael 6:8 (…do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with my God). Reggie has a heart for victims and seeks out resources to help in whatever situation they face.
Matt Cogdill is currently Vice President of Physicians Partners at Lexington Medical Center where he oversees a variety of the physician practices associated with the hospital. He graduated from Presbyterian College with a degree in business administration and then went on to MUSC to obtain his masters in health administration. He, his wife, and three boys are active members of Radius Church.
Beth White is clinical faculty at the University of South Carolina in Elementary Education. Her specialty area is literacy. She began her education career in SC over 27 years ago after completing her undergraduate degree at Winthrop College, now Winthrop University. Beth holds a graduate degree from the College of Charleston and a post-graduate degree from the University of South Carolina. She and her family are active members of Riverland Hills Baptist Church.