Our Case Worker

Roshelle Lennon is a writer, singer, dancer, spoken word artist, actress and performer who loves to share her love for Christ with others. She is also a Creative Arts Therapist dedicated to inspiring hope and healing through performance, practice, and fitness. She has traveled throughout the U.S., Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean practicing therapy, teaching and performing. She has also worked as a performer for Disney World, Nickelodeon, Universal Studios, and Norwegian Cruise Line. She is a survivor in every sense of the word and wants others to know that the Lord is a deliverer and a healer! Roshelle is a true worshipper and is excited to carry out her Kingdom assignments. 
"Never underestimate the power of the arts. Our creativity/imagination is one of the greatest gifts God has given us. It has the power to evoke emotion, to change a person's perspective, to teach lessons, to express hidden secrets and emotions, to unite, to fight injustice, to promote healing, to create memories, and to start conversations." -Roshelle 
Roshelle is living on site in Nairobi and working with our girls on a daily basis.

Meet Our Team

Our Founding Director

Blythe Crow founded She Has a Name as a senior in High School. Blythe graduated from Ft. Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. Her ultimate goal with She Has a Name will include projects at key locations around the world dealing with human trafficking issues in a variety of formats. Her career plans will all lead toward the elimination of exploitation in the lives of individual girls.

Board of Directors

Blythe Crow  Founding Director

Gregory Long  Senior Manager, Performance Transformation, Grant Thornton, LLP.

Elizabeth Sharp, Phd.  Associate Professor of Kinesiology, Colorado Mesa University

Ronald Harrison  President, SuccessUnlimited
Zachary King  Director of Missions, HEART of Junction

Darrin Crow  Director of Grand Valley Christian Challenge, Pastor of HEART of Junction

Thomas Valles  Director of Financial Aid, Colorado Mountain College

Jeremy Herigstad Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra,

Logan (and Michelle) Delacastro Grand Junction Fire Department

Our Nairobi Partners

Moses and Jaime Okonji
Directors of Inspiration Centre, Moses grew up in the Mathare Valley slums and  escaped the poverty of his situation through excellence in education and a commitment to spiritual growth. Jaime grew up in the Bronx and met Moses while she was living as an Grad Student in the Nairobi slums teaching art.They both have Master's Degrees and live in Nairobi with their son, Jericho.

Meet Our Team