OUR TEAM

The Global PEHT concept was developed in 2015 by Elizabeth Koldyke Boolbol and a group of passionate modern day abolitionists in New York and Connecticut.

Elizabeth Koldyke Boolbol

Founder

MBA, Kellogg Graduate School of Business, Northwestern University
BA, Dartmouth College

Elizabeth lives in Greenwich, Connecticut with her husband Robert and their four children. Prior to marriage, she worked in a variety of public relations and marketing capacities in Chicago, Los Angeles, Colorado and New York. From 2004-2008, she ran a real estate development business building and selling single-family homes in Greenwich. Elizabeth then decided to devote her time to philanthropic causes and raising her four children, six dogs, two cats and ferret (RIP RIKKI).

She is an active volunteer with World Vision, having served as Fairfield County Chapter Co-Chair for three years. Elizabeth actively served on the Parent Association Board of Stanwich School for seven years, serving as President in her last year. From 2015-2016, she served on the Greens Farms Academy Advisory Council and now serves on the Board of Directors.

Elizabeth was an Elder of Stanwich Congregational Church in Greenwich for three years, and in 2015 became a founding board member of Project Blessing, a long-term initiative of Stanwich School that has built a community school and water system in Rwanda. Elizabeth’s passion for global justice compelled her to launch Global PEHT in 2015. 

 

Beth Daigle

treasurER

BS, Business Administration, University of Vermont

Beth lives in Greenwich, Connecticut with her husband David and three children. She worked for five years as a Certified Public Accountant for Coopers and Lybrand in Boston and Chicago prior to a five-year tenure as an Accounting Manager and Assistant Corporate Controller for two large corporations in Los Angeles. 

Beth has served over ten years on the Parent Association Boards of her children’s schools as well as numerous school committees. She has also served as her community association's treasurer for eight years and volunteered with multiple nonprofit organizations within Greenwich. Beth will use her accounting and finance expertise as the Treasurer for Global PEHT.

 

Susan Garofoli

secretary

BS, University of South Carolina, School of Public Health

Susan is a 26-year Darien resident, where she lives with her husband, Joe. Prior marriage and the raising of three children, she worked in a variety of sales and marketing positions including Program Director of theAmerican Heart Association.

An active member in her community, she has volunteered at the Americares Free Clinic for the past 20 years. She also serves on the Board of Women of Vision/World Vision of Fairfield County, currently as the Co-Chair of their Domestic Projects and previously as Chapter Chair for 2 years. Susan is also involved at her church (Darien United Methodist), currently as the Superintendent of Christian Education. She is committed to serving those whose voices have been silenced — in particular, vulnerable women and children.

 

Scott Abry

board member

BS, Finance and International Business, American University

Scott Abry brings 32 years of experience in business as a Managing Director and Partner at Oppenheimer and Co., Director of Business Practices, Director of Business Development at Smith Barney and Director of Product and Field Strategic Initiatives at Morgan Stanley. He then founded and served as President of Abry Advisors, a national executive recruiting and consulting firm. Most recently he became the CEO and Founding Partner of Steward Partners Consulting Solutions. 

Scott is leading the effort to launch investment advisory and wealth management firms nationwide based on a “Culture of Caring”, putting clients first and inclusive of all employee ownership. He brings an extensive knowledge of the senior management and platforms at all the Wall Street firms.

He is an active community volunteer, serving Westhill High School, American University and as a Facilitator at the Den for Grieving Kids. Scott founded the Frankie Fall Classic Golf Outing in honor of a lost friend, raising over $225,000 for Autism Speaks. He also supports the Family Centers of Greenwich, Abilis and the International Justice Mission and is on the Boards of Steward Partners Holdings as well as Global PEHT. Scott lives in Greenwich with his wife of 30 years, Christine, and their four daughters: Samantha, Madelyn, Isabelle and Sophia.

Nina Jahn Gustin

BOARD MEMBER

PhD, Clinical Psychology, Fordham University
BA, Psychology, Princeton University

While raising a family in Greenwich, CT, Nina actively volunteers with a variety of organizations. For the past 15 years, she has been a Women of Vision Board Member (volunteer arm of World Vision), serving as Child Sponsorship, Education and International Trips Chairs. Nina also served as Senior Deacon and a Hiring and Personnel Committee member at Stanwich Congregational Church, as well as on the Executive PTA Board at Parkway School. 

While at Fordham, Nina worked as an intern at New York Hospital in White Plains and the Paine Whitney Clinic in New York City. Prior to graduate school, she worked as a human resources professional at Bankers Trust Company. Nina joined the Board of Global PEHT at its 2015 inception. 

Elise Merhige

Board Member

Elise is a passionate experiential marketing consultant for high profile organizations and brands. An innovative and collaborative project director, she focuses on empowering individuals and building connected teams. Clients and projects include TED Conferences, Conde Nast Portfolio, International Tennis Hall of Fame.Elise is also a General Partner in a home care franchise.

 

Anne Birchenough, LMSW

BOARD MEMBER

Anne attended Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service where she obtained her MSW degree in May 2018.  While in graduate school, Anne completed internships at Schoke Jewish Family Service and the YWCA Domestic Abuse Services Group.  Anne is currently continuing her role at the YWCA on a volunteer basis in their clinical group while also working as a research associate at Fordham University. Anne is Member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and is licensed to practice in the State of Connecticut.   Prior to attending graduate school, Anne was a Managing Director with a boutique executive search firm and specialized in senior placements in private equity and corporate development.  Anne graduated summa cum laude from Marymount Manhattan College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. 

Jacky Gatliff

BOARD MEMBER

D.Min., MATS, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
BA, Religious Studies, University of Virginia

Jacky lives in Greenwich, Connecticut with her husband, Mike, where she has been an Associate Pastor at Stanwich Church, Greenwich, CT for four years. Jacky has held leadership positions in a variety of non-profits and ministries. She served as the National Director for Women in Ministry for the Evangelical Presbyterian Church for seven years prior to her tenure at Stanwich Church. In that role she educated and equipped women leaders in churches to engage in addressing human trafficking both domestically and internationally. As a board member for Global PEHT, Corp., she anticipates not only addressing the immediate and restorative needs of women who have been trafficked, but seeing an abolitionist movement to end human trafficking grow throughout Connecticut.

 

Julia Dayton Eberwein

BOARD MEMBER

Julia Dayton Eberwein is a Consultant in the Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice at the World Bank, Washington, D.C., working to analyze the cost-effectiveness and optimal allocation of nutrition interventions at the country and global level. Past research topics include the intergeneration impact of HIV/AIDS, health program evaluation and cost-effectiveness analysis.  She also served as a research associate at the Population Council and was a post-doctoral fellow at Yale University’s Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS.  She holds a PhD in Health Economics from Yale University and a MPA from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. She lives in Old Greenwich, CT, with her husband and five children.

Tracey Stetler

Board member

BFA, Interior Design and Space Planning
MBA, New Ventures and Entrepreneurial Studies, Penn State University

Tracey Stetler is an architectural interior designer and real estate professional. She enjoys over 20 years of successful experience as an entrepreneur and businesswoman. Her love is transforming spaces and creating atmospheres. She has worked with top-tier Wall Street financial institutions, domestic and international home television-shopping giants and a variety of well-known entrepreneur and celebrities. Tracey is a thought leader, an innovator, public speaker and TV personality. 

Beyond her success as an entrepreneur, Tracey has been a contributor and subject of articles in such publications as Crain’s – New York Business, Globe - A publication of American Express Bank – Greenwich Magazine –50 Exemplary Volunteers, Interior Design Magazine, CT Home and Garden, Country Home, Better Homes and Gardens and included in Who’s Who in Interior Design. She holds several international patents and product design awards.

In addition to her business leadership, Tracey is active in philanthropic activities. Her longtime drive for helping women and children in need has led to multiple activities with a dozen charities. She is the founder of PositivelyMe, a national girl’s self-esteem program that helps young girls develop the skills to be confident, to make good decisions, to be assertive and to express themselves.

Grace Sunoo serves as Global PEHT’s Youth Ambassador. She helps organize 

 

Grace Sunoo

Youth Ambassador

Grace Sunoo serves as Global PEHT’s Youth Ambassador. She helps organize events and spread awareness throughout Fairfield County on the issue of human trafficking. After learning about Global PEHT’s mission, Grace became passionate about informing her peers of the growing epidemic of human slavery and finding ways to facilitate victim recovery. 

Currently, Grace is a student at the local high school. She enjoys leading an after school club, In Touch, which helps to educate students in a round table discussion environment about pressing current events. The club also engages with the community through various projects. Grace dabbles in social media marketing, plays sports for her school, and loves spending time with family and friends.