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North America

The North America Region consists of the United States & Canada.

The 2019 ICAP North America Conference will be held in Springfield, Missouri.



The ICAP North America Team would like to thank Route One & Emmanuel Gospel Center and their teams for making the 2018 ICAP North America Conference in Boston, Massachusetts on Nonprofit Sustainability a huge success!


Attendee's at ICAP North America's 2015 Conference on Trauma Informed Care in Atlanta, GA

Attendee's at ICAP North America's 2015 Conference on Trauma Informed Care in Atlanta, GA



Region Representatives


Sarah Austin
North America Regional Representative

Sarah is the outreach coordinator for NightLight Missouri, based in Springfield, Missouri. In her role, Sarah leads her team to pursue relationships with women in the commercial sex industry, wherever they are working, in order to show them love and recognize their dignity. NightLight strives to connect with each one individually, as a woman who is unique and worthy
of love.


Courtney Dow
North America Regional Representative

Courtney serves on the leadership team and as a rehabilitation counselor with Out of Darkness -- a ministry of the Atlanta Dream Center. A native of Atlanta, GA, Courtney previously worked for the International Labour Organization, a department of the United Nations, in Bangkok, Thailand before joining the NightLight International team in 2005 where she served until 2016.  Courtney has assisted victims of commercial sexual exploitation from 11 countries and continues to minister in strip clubs, brothels and streets on a weekly basis.


Corinne Vance
North America Regional Representative

Corinne is Director of Trafficking After-Care and Support with Northwest Family Life. She is also International Assistant Intern Director with The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. Corinne is working with The Well House in Odenville, Alabama, providing Trauma Informed Therapy and Consultation. The WellHouse seeks to rescue and provide opportunities for restoration to victims of human trafficking who have been sexually exploited while also educating the public on the exploitation of the vulnerable, all through the power and principles of the Christian faith.