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Board of Directors

Our Board Leadership

I couldn’t be more excited to introduce you to the No More Trafficking Board Officers!


Consummate professionals and humble servants with decades of experience tackling complex issues, our Board shares an acute awareness that collaboration and accountability are foundational to our success.


They’re the real deal. 


With gratitude,


Suzanne Lewis-Johnson

CEO – No More Trafficking

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Board of Directors Officers


Pictured from left to right:
Courtney Morgan, Rhoda Steiner, Timothy Hostetler, Rayetta Kanters

Cortney Morgan, JD

Board President


Accomplishments and Professional Experience:


  • Graduated magna cum laude at the Georgetown Law Center

  • Functions as principal at the Law Offices of Cortney Morgan

  • Served as program analyst for the United States Department of Labor in Washington D.C.

  • Worked as a corporate attorney with a Fortune 500 Company

  • Served as a Court Magistrate, an attorney Guardian Ad Litem, and as a Court Mediator – advocating for the trafficked and vulnerable


What Cortney brings to the table:


Early in her career, while with the US Department of Labor, Cortney noticed a wide variety of programs serving those trafficked overseas, with comparatively little attention paid to trafficking within the United States. Later, as a corporate attorney, she gained an inside perspective on the potential of corporate America to be a force to end trafficking. She has provided pro bono services to trafficking survivors and volunteers her time with local non-profits addressing human trafficking. Cortney recognizes that systems are struggling to communicate with each other and close gaps in service to the trafficked and vulnerable. Hence, the founding of No More Trafficking.  


Cortney works within and advises court systems, children’s services departments, child advocate organizations, school systems, and other entities, championing protocols and processes that raise the level of service to the most vulnerable and being a voice for individuals who too often are held back from reaching their potential.




Rayetta Kanters

Board Secretary


Her Life Momentum:


  • 25 years of service with the Ohio State Highway Patrol - a career that eventually led to the coordination of a multi-agency operation that resulted in a record number of simultaneous arrests in her region for child exploitation and sex trafficking-related offenses and brought new attention to the problem of human trafficking 

  • Experience as a certified investigator, patrol officer, a part-time detective, a prison investigator, and an FBI Child Exploitation Task Force Officer, deputized by the US Marshals Service 

  • As a law enforcement officer, passionately addressed human trafficking and sought justice in circumstances where predators had preyed upon the vulnerable  


Why her voice matters to our cause:


Behind-the-scenes insight as a law enforcement officer and decades-long experience with someone close to her who lives with an intellectual disability have given Rayetta a unique perspective on how to strengthen and improve societal systems to serve the vulnerable, particularly in areas such as group homes, caregiver support, economic opportunity, and community collaboration. She speaks directly into the strategies of No More Trafficking.


Rayetta continues to work as a background investigator for local law enforcement, as a resource to law enforcement officers conducting investigations, and as a champion for the vulnerable through The Arc of Ohio.




Rhoda D. Steiner, MA, LPCC

Board Treasurer 


A Passion for Children:


Rhoda walked alongside her husband Dallas to build global businesses that provide economic opportunity and innovative agricultural solutions aimed at ending child hunger. Together, Rhoda and Dallas oversaw operation of a children’s home in Bolivia after the founder’s death, providing direct service to children who had been orphaned, abandoned, abused, and trafficked. While overseeing the children’s home and later in roles with other organizations and ministries, Rhoda promoted policies and procedures to ensure financial accountability and sustainability. With a foundation of decades of experience, Rhoda and Dallas have equipped groups locally and around the world to work collaboratively and efficiently.  


A Passion for Serving:


As a nurse, adoption counselor, and licensed clinical counselor, Rhoda addressed human trafficking and its roots through direct service and by navigating a myriad of complex government systems both domestically and abroad.  


A Passion for People:


Rhoda continues to build opportunity and bring people together as a business owner, as a mentor, and through leadership with her church and other ministries.




Deputy Timothy Hostetler

Board Vice President


The impetus for Tim’s involvement with No More Trafficking is both professional and personal.


Professionally, Tim is a Deputy Sheriff with the Stark County Sheriff's Office. His career has spanned 23 years in all three Divisions. Currently he is assigned to the Investigations Division where he is designated as the lead Human Trafficking Investigator for the County. He also serves on the Summit Regional Human Trafficking Task Force where he collaborates with federal and local Law Enforcement Officers from a myriad of agencies in an investigative capacity.


Personally, Tim is the father of an amazing daughter and son. Contributing to their safety and the safety of his community are a driving force of his livelihood. He is devoted to giving his best, leading by example, and making the world a safer place for everyone. To give trafficking victims the chance at better lives, Tim serves both with No More Trafficking and with several local community collaboratives.

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