Reintegra is a counter human trafficking non-profit based in the USA that partners with the lives and dreams of survivors in Mexico City, Mexico. 

 
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We partner with survivors' passions and dreams to see broken lives made whole.

Advocacy | Wholeness | Education | Vocation


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The Whole Person

To reintegrate is to take what was broken and make whole. We desire to see these young women not just survive but thrive.  Not only do we provide monthly grants for their living and educational expenses,  but we offer them a family structure of love and encouragement they need.  We believe that our investment in them will change not only them but the world.


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Grassroots Action

We provide opportunities to be actively involved in addressing the injustice of human slavery.  We advocate.  We raise awareness and resources. We take steps out of our comfort zones to invest our finances, time, passions and gifting in survivors' lives and freedom.  We desire to connect our action to the lives and passions of survivors who are like us.  We believe that our investment in them will change not only the world but change us. 

 
 
 

Survivors

Karla

Madai

Mixi

 

Nancy

Neli

Noemi

 
 

Pamela

 

PAty

 

Our Team

Our team is entirely volunteer based. Visit the Get Involved page to learn how you can become a part of the team.

 
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Our Board

  Andy   McCullough |  Executive Director  Andy  (pictured with Mixi)  is known as "Papa" to the Reintegra women.  He and his wife Robin have three boys of their own.  Andy helped co-found Reintegra US with Rachel Garcia in 2015 and has over 30 years of global and local humanitarian experience.   Andy serves on a  Communities that Care board  for his hometown of Lafayette and was a 2018 recipient of an  Impact on Education award  for the Boulder Valley School District for his years of volunteer work in a local elementary school.  

Andy McCullough | Executive Director

Andy (pictured with Mixi) is known as "Papa" to the Reintegra women.  He and his wife Robin have three boys of their own.  Andy helped co-found Reintegra US with Rachel Garcia in 2015 and has over 30 years of global and local humanitarian experience.   Andy serves on a Communities that Care board for his hometown of Lafayette and was a 2018 recipient of an Impact on Education award for the Boulder Valley School District for his years of volunteer work in a local elementary school.  

  Rachel Garcia |  President  Rachel was invited to live in Mexico City with survivors in the summer of 2012.  While in Mexico, Rachel's life became entwined with the lives of these women as she heard stories of their brokenness and dreams of the future. In the years that followed, Rachel received her masters in  ICT for Development from CU Boulder,  married the love of her life and helped co-found Reintegra USA.  Rachel currently works as a Middle School teacher in San Antonio, TX while she continues to be involved in anti-trafficking efforts. 

Rachel Garcia | President

Rachel was invited to live in Mexico City with survivors in the summer of 2012.  While in Mexico, Rachel's life became entwined with the lives of these women as she heard stories of their brokenness and dreams of the future. In the years that followed, Rachel received her masters in ICT for Development from CU Boulder, married the love of her life and helped co-found Reintegra USA.  Rachel currently works as a Middle School teacher in San Antonio, TX while she continues to be involved in anti-trafficking efforts. 

  Rich Lotteries |  Board Chair  Rich is pictured above with his lovely wife Brenda, Neli, Lorena  (German Villar's widow)  and Ayla of the   Comision Unidos vs. Trata  .  As the former owner of Urban Mattress Boulder, Rich graciously lent his expertise and helped finance Reintegra becoming a 501c3 in 2015.  Rich currently is as paid consultant for non-profits while serving as President of  Global Service Associates .  Rich and Brenda have three adult children and one granddaughter.  We are honored to have him give leadership to our board.    

Rich Lotteries | Board Chair

Rich is pictured above with his lovely wife Brenda, Neli, Lorena (German Villar's widow) and Ayla of the Comision Unidos vs. Trata.  As the former owner of Urban Mattress Boulder, Rich graciously lent his expertise and helped finance Reintegra becoming a 501c3 in 2015.  Rich currently is as paid consultant for non-profits while serving as President of Global Service Associates.  Rich and Brenda have three adult children and one granddaughter.  We are honored to have him give leadership to our board. 

 

 
  Alisa Wolf    Alisa and her husband Eric have 4 children, ages ranging from 17 to 23. Alisa has worked in the non-profit world for over 20 years, and is currently pursuing her master’s in clinical counseling at Metro State in Denver.  Alisa also runs a catering business on the side and has catered several Reintegra events.

Alisa Wolf

Alisa and her husband Eric have 4 children, ages ranging from 17 to 23. Alisa has worked in the non-profit world for over 20 years, and is currently pursuing her master’s in clinical counseling at Metro State in Denver.  Alisa also runs a catering business on the side and has catered several Reintegra events.

  Brian Inderwies   Brian Inderwies is a technologist and entrepreneur.  Brian is the founder and principal of   Longs Peak Analytics  . Prior to joining the Reintegra team, Brian served on the board of  Cans For Hope , a nonprofit that helps restore lives broken by sexual violence. He and his wife Jasmine live in the Stapleton neighborhood of Denver and are recent foster parents.

Brian Inderwies

Brian Inderwies is a technologist and entrepreneur.  Brian is the founder and principal of Longs Peak Analytics. Prior to joining the Reintegra team, Brian served on the board of Cans For Hope, a nonprofit that helps restore lives broken by sexual violence. He and his wife Jasmine live in the Stapleton neighborhood of Denver and are recent foster parents.

  Dr. Tim Mazzola, MD   Dr. Tim Mazzola  (pictured above on the right with Brian)  is married to Beth and together they have two sons.  Tim help found   ROSM   (Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine) in 2018 in conjunction with the parent clinic ROSM of DC.  The Mazzola's has been actively involved in the work of Reintegra since its launch.  They have housed survivors in their home and Beth co-lead the first Race for Survivors in 2017.

Dr. Tim Mazzola, MD

Dr. Tim Mazzola (pictured above on the right with Brian) is married to Beth and together they have two sons.  Tim help found ROSM (Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine) in 2018 in conjunction with the parent clinic ROSM of DC.  The Mazzola's has been actively involved in the work of Reintegra since its launch.  They have housed survivors in their home and Beth co-lead the first Race for Survivors in 2017.

Our Partners

Reintegra is proud to partner with organizations that share in supporting the cause of survivors of human trafficking.

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Camino A Casa Foundation

 

Since 2005, Camino a Casa has helped hundreds of survivors rescued from  human trafficking providing them with the first tier of restoration.  It is a place where survivors gain recovery mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually while justice is sought in each of their  cases including school and family reintegration.  

As women graduate from their program, Reintegra works with Casa to consider ways we can support their living and continue their educational needs.  Several of the Reintegra women give time at the shelter to support younger survivors. 

 
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The Commission United vs. Trafficking

The former Mexican Congresswoman, Rosi Orozco, founded the Comision Unidos vs. Trata in 2012 to be a coalition of organizations and people with the purpose of eradicating trafficking in persons. 

The Commission works in collaboration with more than 100 NGOs, like Reintegra US, from Mexico, the United States, Canada, Colombia, Spain, Argentina and the United Kingdom to achieve this goal.  It is under the sponsorship of Unidos vs. Trata that Reintegra women have traveled to various places around the world to advocate for this cause.

 
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Freedom 58 Project

 

Freedom 58 Project is a collaborative movement working to end modern-day slavery and violent oppression around the world.

Since it’s founding in 2009, Freedom 58, using the medium of art, has come alongside other anti-trafficking organizations, to promote their cause and raise funds for their valuable work.  Reintegra formed an official partnership with Freedom 58 in 2017 and has collaborated together on events in Colorado, California and Mexico.  

 
 
 

Our Sponsors

 
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