Working together with Law Enforcement, the courts, probation, and others to improve the quality of life for everyone involved.

Who We Are

Our Task Force

Our Task Force: Community Outreach

It is our vision to not just provide a place to bring rescued victims of these horrendous crimes and help hurting children and broken families within the residential ranch program but to work with the Pastor, Mayor, Judge, Law Enforcement, and Immigration as well as complement existing groups who are working towards making our communities a safer and healthier place by reducing violence and increasing public safety. We have Agents from ICE and Border Patrol a Dentists and a Pastor as part of the Task Force Team. We are seeking an Attorney. My vision for a Task Force Team is when human trafficked victims are rescued, we have a task force team ready to meet their needs whether, spiritual, legal, immigration, medical, dental, at the same time to expedite their needs for the victims to start the healing process. Working together reduces the stress on the victim that has already been through more than any of us could imagine. The Task Force team can also work together to reduce risk in other areas, helping hurting children (at risk), healing broken families, and therefore working with whole communities to reduce crime and give HOPE.

Sheriff Brad Coe

Doctor Richard Neel

Our Team

Monica Deller

Founder & CEO

I am a woman of faith; my Heavenly Father has seen me through some tough times. I am a grandmother to four wonderful grandchildren, and a mother to Jodi, Shaun and Alyssa. I rest in the fact that I am a daughter of the King and that He has never left my side. I have confronted adversity, failure, fear, abuse, and hardships…and overcome it all because the Lord instilled in me his strength and he has always been with me, even in my darkest hour. I have had a life of extreme difficulty in dealing with family relationships, health issues, and even after being crushed through acts of betrayal, I will tell you that I give God the glory. I would not have chosen what happened to me, but that I would not change it either because it has made me who I am today, and that is a visionary with a heart to spread love and heal the wounded, I am diligent, hardworking, and a person of integrity and I see the big picture, impossible is not in my vocabulary. God birthed the vision for this ministry in my heart with such a passion and intensity that I know He is the center and author of it. I feel humbled that He has entrusted me with creating this program that will bring healing and restoration to people who are broken because of the greed of others who stole their lives. God is the deliverer, the healer, and the restorer. I am a team player and believe that as we all work together, it will truly bring change through education, rescue, healing, and restoration to those whose voices have been silenced through the brutal acts of those who stole them for profit.

Burt Rutherford

Communications Consultant

Howdy, I’m Burt Rutherford, a writer and editor with more than 40 years’ experience in the beef and outdoor spaces. God led me to Monica Deller as an answered prayer and I’m glad to join her and Trauma to Triumph Ministries as communications consultant. 

In fact, I began my career as an ag communicator while still a college student, working part-time as a writer for a beef breed association. That part-time job became a full-time job and my path was set before me. 

I am the founder of Rangeview Strategies, a communications company focused on clients in agriculture and outdoor recreation. Prior, I was editor of BEEF magazine and its digital products. Before joining BEEF, I was communications director for the Texas Cattle Feeders Association and editor of the Western Livestock Journal. 

What’s more, a lifetime of hunting and fishing led to producing content in the outdoor market. I became involved with the Texas Outdoor Writers Association, helping guide the organization as a board member and officer, serving as president. While living in Texas, I was involved for many years in Kiwanis, serving several terms on the board of directors and in the officer rotation, finishing my term as president. 

Finally and most importantly, God touched my life as a young man. That led me to become the discussion leader in my adult Sunday School class for many years before leaving Texas when my wife and I followed our family (read grandchildren here) back to our native Colorado. 

I’m married and very proud of my two daughters and two grandchildren.

Dayna Bolger

Political Liaison

Dayna Bolger is a native Austin resident and a graduate of Westlake High School. In 1985 she entered Texas Tech University to pursue a degree in Public Relations and was an active member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority. Upon graduation, Dayna moved back to Austin to begin in career working in several key industries to further her Public Relations ambitions. While living in Austin, she became an active member of the Junior League of Austin and the Austin Panhellenic Association where she enjoyed very much serving the Austin community. In 2003 Dayna moved to Midland, Texas to pursue a career in the financial industry that led to a long career in the Oil & Gas world working for Atmos Energy and Orbit Construction. In Midland, she served the community well, serving on numerous community boards and committees. In 2012 Dayna reconnected with her former Westlake classmate Tim and was married in June of 2013. She is now back in her hometown and works for a lobby firm in Austin, Texas. She has two step children, Carli 23 who graduate of Texas State University and engaged and Sam 22 will be entering the military in the next few months. Dayna serves as Sustaining Advisor to the Junior League of Austin and as Chapter Advisor to Alpha Delta Pi Sorority at the University of Texas. Tim and Dayna enjoy being members at Balcones Country Club where golf and connecting with friends is their passion. As a believer in Jesus Christ giving back to those in need is deep inside her heart. Human Trafficking is an area that is very important to her. Her passion towards ending this horrific crime against children and adults is extremely important. In these last days before Christ returns standing in faith with Christ to serve others who need justice is what we are called to do. Jesus has heard the cries of the innocent and expects us to be dedicated to serve in this hour.

Pastor Charolette Corey - SPEAK LIFE

Born January 4, 1950, San Antonio, TX to Charles Berry Shipman, Jr and Lucy (Zama Lou Mason) Shipman. I am a 6th generation Texan. Ordained Minister of Gateway Ministries, Inc., (Brackettville, Kinney Co., TX) since August 20, 1994. Early Voting Judge for Kinney County, TX for over 20 years. Kinney County Head Librarian from 1981 until Oct 1984 (after working one year for Volunteer Librarians, Miss Else Sauer, and Mrs. Charlotte Goleman, as Library Assistant) where I played a major role in reactivating the “Friends of the Library” and helping raise funds for the finishing of the Kinney County Public Library site. Designed and taught at “Learning Centers” for Brackettville Head start and program for the Brackettville Summer Activity Program (for teenagers). Former Historian of the Uvalde de las Encina Chapter of the American Revolution where our yearbook came in second place at the Texas State Convention. She has been married to her husband, Pastor Robert W. Corey, (of Gateway Ministries, Inc) since December 3, 1977 at The Post Theater, Ft. Clark Springs, Kinney Co., TX. Children: Joseph A. Haynes, Cary S. Haynes, Heather Corey Green, Amy Corey Schexnide.


Speak Life ~ Prayer Team

My passion is to pray Spirit led, fervent, effectual prayers that avail much in the Kingdom of God, to His Honor and Glory. My heart’s desire is to see His good thoughts and plans being fulfilled for all who will believe on and receive Jesus as Savior and Lord.