Sabrina Zottoli, LMSW, provides holistic, trauma-informed care and crisis intervention to survivors in LifeWay’s two safe houses. In her role, she promotes their physical, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Twice a week Sabrina facilitates trauma-informed workshops that enhance the survivors’ healing journeys through education, mindfulness, and team-building skills. Sabrina has a person-centered and strengths-based approach to her work, which honors each individual’s culture, values, and perspectives. Sabrina has always had a passion for working in anti-trafficking and started pursuing this passion while working in Vietnam. After completing her Masters at Fordham University Graduate School of Social Science, Sabrina interned at an anti-trafficking agency in NYC and before joining LifeWay, worked with people affected by homelessness and domestic violence. In her free time, Sabrina prioritizes self-care and loves to skateboard, write poetry, and tend to her house plants.
As the Safehouse Manager, Peyton Green is responsible for providing a safe haven for women survivors of human trafficking, as well as maintaining the overall care and management of the house making sure that it is a supportive and nurturing environment that supports growth and healing. Peyton has always had the drive to be of service to individuals that need support, and resources, that will assist in their journey to living a more healthy and independent life. They have worked with the LGBT+ community, individuals with various mental illnesses, as well as children with special needs. Peyton started their journey with Lifeway because they have a passion for designing safe spaces for survivors in need. Peyton has a BA from Cazenovia College in Communication Studies.
Lindsay joined Lifeway as a House Manager in November 2017. Her job entails day to day maintenance of the safehouse as well as creating a safe, supportive and home-like environment for survivors. Lindsay enjoys working daily with the women in the house, offering them each encouragement and support to grow and flourish during their stay. Lindsay always wanted to be part of an organization that allowed her to make a difference. Lindsay received her B.A. in Human Development from SUNY Oswego and started her career working as a literacy tutor and life skills trainer. Her background as a tutor and trainer comes in handy when assisting the women with college and job applications, ESL course homework, and other goal related tasks. Prior to Lifeway, Lindsay worked as a case manager and Program Manager at a home for people with disabilities. Lindsay has a passion for empowering people and supporting them through their journey of healing, recovery and achieving personal goals. When not working at Lifeway, she enjoys cooking, hiking, camping, biking, and spending time with and caring for her cats and aquatic animals.