NightLight International is blessed to have remarkable directors, staff, and team members. Due to the nature of our work, we have chosen to keep most of the names of team members undisclosed. We have also decided not to provide pictures of staff.
- Annie Dieselberg, Founder and CEO of NightLight International
- Panomporn Utaisri, Spiritual Director of NightLight Bangkok
- Kanyawan Boonyawat, Co-founder of NightLight International
- Jeff Dieselberg, Pastoral Supervisor of NightLight Bangkok and Founding Pastor of Song Sawang Church
- Shauna Storey, Chief Operating Officer of NightLight International
- Courtney Dow, Director of NightLight in Atlanta
- Marie Tingle, Director of Prevention for NightLight in Atlanta
- Savannah Stepp, Director of NightLight in Branson
- Timmery Clark, Restoration Coordinator with NightLight in Branson
- Sarah Austin, Outreach Coordinator with NightLight in Branson
- Rickie Duley, Staff with NightLight in Branson
- Angel Hartzell, Sales and Operations Manager for NightLight Design, Co. LTD
Annie Dieselberg, CEO and visionary founder of NightLight International, was sent by International Ministries to Bangkok in 1994 along with her husband and 4 children, to address the issues of the urban poor. As a Third Culture Kid (TCK), Annie lived in Congo, Belgium, Thailand, and India, developing a passion for the exploited and against injustice.
Working with women in prostitution since 2000, Annie began NightLight in 2005 to provide prevention, intervention, and holistic restoration to women at risk or escaping sexual exploitation. Annie has a passion to see women and children freed from the sexual exploitation of prostitution and trafficking, to see their lives transformed holistically, and to see the global church and community working together to free, heal, and restore all who have been broken and wounded through the sex trade.
Annie’s story has been featured in the book, Not For Sale, by David Batstone, and the documentary, Furious Love, by Darren Wilson.
Rev. Jeff Dieselberg, Pastoral Supervisor of NightLight Bangkok, Founding Pastor of Song Sawang (Shine the Light) Church, and Advisory Pastor is a graduate of Alderson-Broaddus College with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and a graduate of Northern Seminary with a Master’s of Divinity.
Jeff teaches urban ministry in 3 different seminaries in Bangkok and has been involved in pastoral church leadership for 28 years. Jeff has worked at NightLight since 2006.
Shauna Storey, Chief Operations Officer of NightLight International, graduated from Missouri State University with degrees in Piano Performance and Creative Writing. Shauna previously worked for a local software company. After a trip to Cambodia in 2010, Shauna joined a ministry that sought to reach women in the sex industry in Springfield, MO. Shauna joined the staff of NightLight Branson in 2013.
Courtney Dow, MEd, CRC, Director of NightLight in Atlanta, is a graduate of Auburn University with a Master’s in Rehabilitation Counseling and previously worked at the United Nations and Wellspring Living. Courtney has assisted victims of trafficking from the United States, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Burma, India, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Turkey, and Uganda and is the founder of NightLight Atlanta. In 2012, she received the honor of being awarded Auburn University’s Young Alumni of the Year Award. Courtney has worked with NightLight International since 2005.
Marie Tingle, Director of Prevention at NightLight in Atlanta, is a graduate of Flagler College with a degree in Elementary Education. Marie is a certified educator and ESOL endorsed for elementary and middle grades. She taught multiple grade levels in the Atlanta area for five years before beginning at NightLight in 2013.
Savannah Stepp, Director of NightLight in Branson, is a graduate of Regis University with a Master’s in Nonprofit Management. Prior to joining NightLight, Savannah interned in the Netherlands for three months doing outreach and job training with women in the Red Light areas. Savannah has worked with NightLight Branson since 2014.
Timmery Clark, Restoration Coordinator for NightLight in Branson, is a graduate of Talbot School of Theology with a Master’s in Christian Ministry and Leadership, specializing in Pastoral Counseling. Prior to working with NightLight, Timmery worked for a residential program called Generate Hope with sex trafficked women and minors in Southern California.
Sarah Austin, Outreach Coordinator for NightLight in Branson, is a graduate of Missouri State University with both master’s and bachelor’s degrees in professional writing. She and her husband have volunteered on the NightLight outreach team since 2014. Prior to coming on staff, Sarah worked as the executive administrator for the Rotary Club of Springfield Southeast and Don’t Meth With Us, a local meth abuse prevention and education program.
Rickie Duley, Staff for NightLight in Branson, will receive her BA in Christian Ministry with an emphasis in Biblical Justice from Ozark Christian College in May of 2016. Rickie volunteered with NightLight for a year before completing her internship with the organization in the Summer of 2015.