"To proclaim freedom for the captives, and release from darkness for the prisoners." Isaiah 61:1
12 years of working with Sex Exploitation/Sex Industry/Addiction. Experienced as a Pastoral Counselor and Certified in Addiction Counseling. Married for 38 years, three kids and three grandchildren. Loves being apart of seeing God set the captives Free!
Secretary for the Board. Love working for God in any way He needs.
My name is Alisa. I am a Peer Support Specialist and Recovery Coach celebrating 5 years sobriety from alcohol. I have been with UBL since its inception, and my passion is walking alongside women seeking healing. I have been involved in leadership at Celebrate Recovery and worked for Achieving Recovery Together (ART) located in Clark County. I am a House Manager at UBL and I enjoy taking the women to CR meetings once a week. I am also working as an Administrative Assistant to help UBL grow and develop relationships in the community. Fundraising is a big part of my duties.
REVEREND KEVIN GORDON
Husband, father of six and grandfather of three. Minister of the Gospel, prison ministry. Project superintendent for Vescio's sports fields.
W. LEE MORRISON JR.
Vice President/Board Member
Shelter Insurance Agent, married for 38 years, three kids and three grandchildren. Loves to serve for the Kingdom.
Estephany has her medical coding and billing certification through American Academy for Professional Coders with primary focus in third party reimbursement and credentialing. She is currently an executive assistant in human resources and finance.
DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN
Urban Kreative supports UBL through Development, Design, Videography, & Photography.
My name is Love. I'm the resident therapy dog for UBL. I've been on staff since March 27, 2019. I am well behaved and respectful, but I do have a playful side. I have a keen sense when someone is upset, and it's my job to comfort them.
Equine Therapy can help the individual build confidence, self- efficiency, communication, trust, perspective, social skills, impulse control, and learn boundaries. Since the horses have similar behaviors with humans, such as social and responsive behaviors, it is easy for the patients to create a connection with the horse.