We exist to help survivors of violence and exploitation live safe, free, and hopeful lives.

Our People

“After nearly a decade working in the anti-trafficking sector, I have seen firsthand how important education and meaningful employment are in reversing the devastating effects of exploitation. That’s why I joined this amazing team. I’m grateful to work together with survivors of violence and exploitation to find sustainable solutions for their future–a future that is safe, free, and hopeful. We take our work seriously, and so we pledge to our donors and stakeholders that we will provide the highest levels of service, transparency, and integrity in our efforts to support the longterm wellbeing of our clients.”

Jeremy Floyd, Executive Director

Jeremy Floyd

Executive Director

Jeremy Floyd joins 10ThousandWindows as Executive Director in July 2016. Jeremy brings strong leadership, development and program experience, most recently with the Equitas Group, which fights violence and abuse of children in Southeast Asia.

Jeremy’s leadership track record and commitment and passion to fight human trafficking will be critical to helping the organization move forward. His background includes work in strategic planning, cross-cultural relations, financial development, optimizing operations and staff development. He has spoken at conferences in Washington, D.C., Florida and Cambodia about human trafficking issues.

Jeremy is an avid learner with degrees in history (B.A.), theology (M.Div) and nonprofit management (MPA). He and his wife Beth have four children and live in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Matt Aspegren

Matt’s history with 10ThousandWindows began in 2009, when he moved to the Philippines to work on Project Lantern, a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation sponsored initiative led by International Justice Mission. In 2010 Matt became 10ThousandWindows’ first employee and Executive Director. Over the next five years, Matt nationalized the first 10ThousandWindows office in Cebu.

Matt holds an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Psychology with honors at John Brown University. He later completed his MBA from the same school through a graduate fellowship with the Soderquist Center. He currently lives in Austin, TX with his wife, Kyrsten.

Philip Durden

Phil joined the board of 10ThousandWindows in 2013 and became its Chairperson in 2014.  For the past decade, he and his wife, Jennifer, have been strong supporters of anti-human trafficking initiatives, both internationally and in the Bay Area.  Phil is a member of the Elder Board at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church and has served on the Administration and Finance Committee as Treasurer.

He has volunteered as board member or advisor to several Bay Area non-profit organizations serving at-risk youth and people living in poverty. Phil’s professional career includes private equity investing, finance, strategy, and management at firms including Lexington Partners, Deutsche Bank, and Ernst & Young.  He completed his undergraduate degree in Economics at UC Santa Barbara with honors, and his MBA at UCLA, graduating first in his class.   Phil lives in Menlo Park, CA with his wife and three children.

Grace Griffin

Grace has had a long and successful career in human resources. Currently, she has returned from retirement and holds the position of Central Ministry Leader of Missions at Menlo Church in Menlo, CA. Grace has previously served as Vice President of Human Resources for Omnicell, a public company that provides technology enabling healthcare facilities to acquire, manage, dispense, and deliver medications and supplies more effectively.

Grace also held senior positions in several startups and Fortune 500 companies throughout the Silicon Valley. She has been passionately engaged in the anti-human trafficking movement for many years and has traveled to South-East Asia many times in service of NGOs providing survivor aftercare.

Frank Abigana

Frank is the founder and CEO of Frank Raymond Inc., a tax and financial services firm located in Livermore, California. His firm specializes in serving the small business community and individuals with strategic tax planning, insurance and wealth management services.  He is also the founder and CEO of ProPayWeb, Inc., a payroll service provider.

Frank currently serves as CFO for Choice for Children Education Foundation, a non-profit fundraising organization for the Livermore Valley Charter Schools and is also CFO of Ayala Research Corporation, a prototype development and engineering services company. He has passion for serving and helping those in need.  Frank is a proud father of 6 children and two grandchildren.

Chris Stockhaus

In 2009, Chris became 10ThousandWindows’ first Chairperson of the Board, and served over the next 4 years. Currently, Chris serves as the Executive Pastor at Cornerstone Fellowship, a multi-campus church in the East Bay Area. Prior to this role, Chris had a successful sales career in the cloud computing industry helping mid-to-large sized businesses transition from traditional on-premise software to more nimble cloud-based solutions.  Chris graduated from San Jose State University with a BS in Business Management.  He lives with his wife and two boys in San Ramon, CA.

Josh Faddis

Josh joined the board of 10ThousandWindows in 2015, bringing 15 years of corporate, legal and board experience with private and public companies in the technology space. Josh currently serves as Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Veeva Systems Inc. (NYSE: VEEV), a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions for the life sciences industry, where he oversees all aspects of the legal function, including commercial contracting, M&A, IP management, governance matters and compliance matters. Previously Josh served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Taleo Corporation (NASDAQ: TLEO), a leading provider of human capital management software solutions, until its acquisition by Oracle in 2012.

Prior to his corporate legal career, Josh served as a Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Justice Craig Enoch, Supreme Court of the State of Texas. Josh received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., and his B.S. from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Josh lives in Pleasanton, CA with his wife and three children.

Nicole Scandlyn

Nicole is a strategic communications professional with a focus on helping organizations solve problems and have greater impact. She is currently director of special initiatives at Stanford University in the Office of Public Affairs, helping the university celebrate its 125th anniversary. Nicole previously worked at Menlo Church as director of communications, and in that time led major change initiatives, oversaw weekend services, and was part of the creative sermon development team. She’s served as vice president and director of communications at Bank of America Investment Management, and handled media relations, executive speech writing, and employee communications at Bechtel Group and Syntex Pharmaceuticals.

Nicole spent seven years at home with her three girls and volunteered during that season in roles such as communications chair of the Woodside School Foundation and elder at Menlo Church. With a particular interest in women and children’s issues and education, Nicole helps to support a third-grade teacher in East Palo Alto and has served with La Casa de Las Madras shelter, the Chamber of Commerce’s education committee, and the Junior League in San Francisco, as well as the Peace Corps’s public relations office in Seattle. Originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, Nicole holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Washington. She lives in Menlo Park with her husband Charley and some of the seven kids in their combined family.

Field Office

Staff

Our field office staff consists of dedicated national professionals with undergraduate and graduate level degrees ranging from public management and business management to counseling and law. Motivated by the life and example of Jesus, they bring dignity to those we serve through their professionalism, exhibit curiosity that has driven greater impact each and every year of our operation, and work together in partnership with other dedicated organizations to provide holistic reconciliation to survivors of violence and exploitation.

Our team in the Philippines has been awarded for excellence by the Department of Social Welfare and Development in each of the last two years and has garnered the respect of 14 partner organizations that make referrals to our programs.

Contact us

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