SCSA is operated by organizational officers and a board of directors. Together they represent over 100 years of expertise in Victim/Survivor support, non-profit leadership, and law enforcement experience.
Richard Windmann, Ph.D.
Co-Founder, President, Men's Support Programs, Media Spokesperson
Richard is formerly a SNAP Leader At-large. He has been an activist and advocate for survivors and victims (WARRIOR) for a decade. He serves as President of SCSA, as well as our media spokesman. He is a Computer Scientist and works for a large technology company, as well as a part-time professional musician. He currently lives in Fort Worth, Texas, and has a wife, three children, and two grandchildren. You can see his story here.
Senior Vice President, Operations
A childhood survivor of priest sex abuse; Kelly is a career investigator in the private sector as well as a published author in bail fugitive investigations; Kelly is a survivor of childhood sex abuse at the hands of the Catholic Church. Kelly is a native of Detroit, Michigan and active in the Irish American community. Kelly enjoys Detroit Tigers baseball and collecting and trading baseball cards. Kelly is a father and grandfather and resides with his dog Bubba Boudin. You can view Kelly's story here.
Vice President, Women's Support Programs
As a survivor of sexual and religious ritual abuse, Jennica is passionate about holistic healing, health and supporting survivors through trauma and the reclamation of their personal power. Dedicating 15 years to her journey, she has eradicated food addictions, suicidal depression, anxiety, and debilitating patterns created within her experience. She deeply believes that the willingness to unearth trauma, give & receive support, and reclaim personal power will cultivate a society infused with purpose, connection, fulfillment and ultimate health for all! Jennica lives in Salt Lake City with her husband Kevin and black Labrador dog, Hallie and enjoys any opportunity to connect with nature, a great pot of tea, and practicing yoga.
Vice President, Zipporah (Zee) Michaux
Substance Abuse Support
Zipporah (Zee) Michaux, is a alcoholic in recovery. She is a SURVIVOR of childhood sex abuse. Her addiction was how she self-medicated that pain, and she knew she'd have to deal with her addiction to heal. She is currently a student at the University of Texas at Arlington, earning my second bachelors majoring in social work with a minor in substance abuse and addiction. Her goal is to foster a safe healthy space to help women navigate and heal the pains of their past and life, to live their best life possible, especially in the minority communities. Zipporah believes everyone is different, every story is different, to speak your truth, sharing your story isn’t about reliving the pain but to help someone else. Every time you share it takes the power from the abusers and strengthens our core.
James Stowell, PSM I
Director, Information Technologies
James Stowell comes to SCSA with deep breadth and depth of experience and knowledge in the computer sciences, and curranty works for International Business Machines (IBM), were he focuses on client services and support. James is well-versed in all aspects of IT operations and is a certified Scrum Master and practices Agile development. At SCSA, James is responsible for information technology operations, in our back office and public facing networks and systems. James is forward looking and innovative by nature, and we are proud to have him join SCSA as a critical member of our IT Operations. James currently lives in Texas.
Family Support Programs
Director, Latin America
Rebeca is the Director of Latin American operations division of Survivors of Childhood Sex Abuse (SCSA). She was born and raised in Lima, Peru, and currently resides in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rebeca graduated from Sagrado Corazon Annex to the IPNM in Lima and the Pedagogical Institute of Monterrico. She is a school teacher for special needs children, and has worked with children all of her professional career. Her passion for child safety and rights is fueled by the work that she does, and firmly believes in no child left behind. As SCSA's Leader in Latin America, she is a passionate activist, advocate, and watchdog for the protection of children and their rights.
Moriah is a childhood sex abuse survivor. For many years, she held that secret in not knowing who to reach out to, and not knowing if anyone would completely understand the confusion and pain she went through. Now, being surrounded by other victims and survivors, she finds the strength and passion to help others who have been dimmed by their abusers. As SCSA grows, Moriah holds the distinction of being the first SCSA Intern.
Board of Directors
Chairman, Board of Directors
A retired New Orleans Police detective Lieutenant with 30 years of service. Mason has conducted thousands of criminal investigations, many to include Child Abuse, Sexual Child abuse, and prederatory child abuse by adults. Most recently as an Investigator for the Orleans Parish District Attorney's office, he has conducted investigations of the New Orleans archdiocese, relative to abuse by the catholic clergy. Mason is also a 12 year veteran of the New Orleans District attorney's office.
Board of Directors
Retired real estate developer, former everything else listed, Board Chairman of the Salvation Army, board member Family Services, Vice President/Owner Lindquist Machine and Tool, Vice President/Owner Fox Converting, Publisher "Invest...Or" magazine, President Green Bay Board or Realtors, Board Member Brown County Apartment Owners Association, Board member Transformation House. Presently apartment and land owner/consultant and Number one watcher of ROKU
Helen McGonigle, JD
Attorney, Of Counsel, Board of Directors
Attorney Helen L. McGonigle brings both professional and personal experience to Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (SCSA). She practiced law before Connecticut state and various federal courts for over 30 years. She represented the interests, as amicus curiae, of numerous child protection organizations in legal cases involving sexual assault, child sexual abuse, memory, psychological injuries and suggestibility. In Connecticut, she was a Charter Member of the National Crime Victim Bar Association, Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Crime Victim Rights Committee, on the supervisory advisory board for Connecticut’s Victim Advocate and was appointed by the Governor to serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of Pardons. She successfully advocated for the extension of the criminal statute of limitations for child sexual abuse in Connecticut, an extension which passed in 2002. Helen is also a survivor of childhood sex abuse. You can see more of Helen's story here.
Board of Directors
Randall comes to us with many decades of very large nonprofit experience. He was an executive who left the Boy Scouts of America, where he was instrumental in fundraising activities. A 27 year veteran of scouting, Randall brings keen insight into the inner workings of an organization that has harbored many abusers. He currently lives in Texas.
Board of Directors
Asia believes universal healing occurs when we courageously listen and genuinely support victims in their healing journey. She is a healed survivor of cult and ritual sex abuse with a desire to educate others and encourage victims to discover a healthy powerful life can be lived through courageous actions and by openly speaking about trauma. She is very knowledgeable and well known in the current survivor community. She brings a breadth and depth of life long experience to the organization. Asia is a business owner, mother and host of Letters To The People Podcast, a platform to support victims of sexual abuse from cult and ritual systems.
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