Who We Are
Redeem and Restore Center (RRC) was incorporated on September 18, 2013 and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. RRC continues to utilize many talented volunteers for: marketing, design, grant writing, fundraising, accounting, event planning, volunteer training, and advocacy, among other functions. RRC is a member of the National Trafficking Sheltered Alliance (NTSA). This group allows many organizations to work together, learn from each other, fill various needs, set standards for volunteers and operations, and care for victims.
RRC believes that awareness education leads to prevention, intervention, and restoration. RRC provides educational awareness and prevention training to clubs, churches, students, business leaders, and others. Its intervention efforts include collaboration with other organizations who provide outreach on the street, strip clubs, and prisons.
RRC supports women survivors that find the center through events and volunteers. We currently support and walk alongside women that have experienced trafficking and exploitation, and provides or connects survivors to resources that meet their individual needs for physical, emotional, psychological, relational, and spiritual support. Supporting them to become the person they were created to be!
Our core values that lead us are integrity, authenticity, Christ-centered, consistency, and grace. We desire and are prepared to serve others before ourselves.
We are a Christian based organization.
This means we believe…
The Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God.
There is one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit.
The present ministry of the Holy Spirit, who enables the Christian to live a godly life.
Each human life is sacred and we take concern for the needs of our fellowmen.
Salvation is freely given through Jesus Christ alone and is not based on human works, goodness, or religious ceremony.
Together we love, restore, and support women broken by sex trafficking and exploitation. Supporting them as the whole person: physically, mentally, relationally, emotionally, and spiritually.
Creating a culture of loving, restoring, and supporting others in all we do. Together providing recovery resources and services to women survivors in a restorative care residential home where they can heal, reclaim their identities, and discover and fulfill their God-given purpose.
Chaplain Krista Hull, President and Founder
Previous Business Owner
Krista is the founder and executive director for Redeem and Restore Center. She is inspired by the courage and resiliency of women survivors, and believes that together with God’s help, we can restore women to a life of freedom! Fueled with compassion, Krista’s desire to help hurting women stems from being a survivor of child sexual abuse and abandonment. She knows God’s great love, power and justice in her life. With that, she perseveres in honesty, vulnerability, integrity and strength as a passionate speaker and chaplain. She is a Crisis Intervention Specialist, Life Coach, Trauma Care Certified, and an alumna of the FBI Citizens Academy and Waukesha County Sheriffs Citizens Academy. She is married, and a mother to two young adults. In her free time, Krista enjoys her personal water garden retreat or on an adventure in the outdoors!
Linda Mont, Vice President
Linda is a benefit consultant and the managing Member of Key Benefit Concepts LLC. The firm provides actuarial and employee benefits consulting services and is headquartered in Wales, WI. Linda is an outgoing individual who has compassion for people and looks for ways to help individuals look at all the options to addressing employee benefit needs and related costs. In the same manner she is also dedicated to serving others in our community. She knows that God is at work through RRC to bring redemption and restoration to hurting people. She welcomes the opportunity to promote and encourage this ministry and see how the Lord moves to increase the knowledge and effectiveness of RRC in Metro-Milwaukee, southeastern Wisconsin and beyond.
Michael believes he didn’t grow in knowledge and experience in social work, program creation, and trauma care housing services for over 37 years to just stop. He joined the team to help lead us forward when he and his wife are not traveling around the country enjoying their time together!
Lisa has been in the sales and marketing game for over 25 years and what an exciting game it has been! As a relentless learner, Lisa enjoys discovering new techniques and technologies that help solve her clients’ marketing needs through her company Rebel Girl Marketing. She also wanted to use her time, talent, and leadership to serve in an organization that resonated with her heart.
Maybe it is you…..
Advisory Board Members
Personal Brand Photographer/owner at Becca Lee Photography LLC, using her time & talents in creating & growing the RRC brand!
Her experience in Special Education, Emotional, Behavioral Disabilities; brings great wisdom that will bring value and leadership to RRC as we grow and collaborate with other orgs.
Karyn Gimbel Youso
Karyn Gimbel Youso is a family law attorney and mediator committed to creative problem-solving and low-conflict dispute resolution. In practice for 30 years, she has helped clients achieve successful outcomes in all aspects of their family law matters including divorce and paternity cases, including those involving domestic abuse, substance abuse, and mental illness. She has a long history of helping non-profits with volunteer work and fundraising, and joins us for this purpose.
Wife, Mother, and resides in Waukesha. A Vintage Pearls team leader that is passionate for exploited women to find freedom in the love of Jesus.
A John Maxwell Leadership Consultant, using her time and skills to help support the leadership and RRC team to continue to lead together and forward in faith!