When you don’t have the resources you need, it feels like you’re in a battle that’s impossible to win.
More than just funding, our team can help you and your organization meet your goals.
Janet Jensen is the Founder and CEO of The Jensen Project where she leverages her strengths in business, innovation, and creativity to cultivate opportunities for individuals and organizations dedicated to empowering survivors and reducing exploitation. A lifelong advocate against sexual violence and exploitation, and a self-proclaimed human investor, Janet strategically aligns stakeholders and cultivates impactful partnerships to create cultural and systemic change, improving the outcomes for all victims of sexual violence.
Lauren Grogan is the Executive Director at The Jensen Project where she manages communications, special events, and media opportunities, along with the recruitment and development of strategic partnerships. With a decade of experience in development, management, and communications, Lauren leverages her passions for public relations and social enterprises to support the grant recipients with customized resources and capacity-building initiatives.
Sloane Sander is the Program Coordinator at The Jensen Project and has been a valuable member of our team since June 2022. Sloane began her journey at our foundation as the Administrative Assistant and was promoted to Program Coordinator in January 2023. Sloane aids our Program Director in GrantTank and Cohort directives, ensuring that our partners have valuable experiences that can inspire new action in the field.
Sarah Johnston, MSW, is the National Grant Manager at The Jensen Project and has been since April 2023. Sarah is our go-to liaison for legislative news and policymakers. As The Jensen Project introduced a new GrantTank category, Policy, in August 2023, she took on new GrantTank partners on top of her arsenal of other national nonprofits. She travels the country, representing our organization at relevant conferences, galas, and other meetings.
Tiffani Price, survivor leader, has been the Local Grant Manager at The Jensen Project since June 2022. Beyond our GrantTank initiative, The Jensen Project offers invite-only funding and resource contracts to nonprofits fighting sexual violence, and Tiffani is our go-to point of contact for local partners. Tiffani also attends local coalitions, representing our foundation and showing nonprofits in the anti-gender-based violence movement that they are not alone in this fight.
Andie Woodard, MFA (they/she) is the Communications Manager at The Jensen Project and has been a member of the team since May 2023. In their role, Andie ensures that anti–human trafficking NGOs learn about the funding and resources that The Jensen Project has to offer. They also promote grant partners so they may better reach and serve survivors of sex trafficking.
Tracy Mikus is The Jensen Project founder’s Executive Assistant and has been a vital member of our team since June 2023. Tracy manages our founder’s speaking engagements and sponsorships. Before working at The Jensen Project, Tracy worked in administration in the for-profit sector for twenty-six years, earning the DFW Admin of the Year award in 2020.
Carrie Potter is a Certified Financial Planner™ and business advisor to professional athletes and small businesses and teaches Sport Finance at Rice University. Her expertise is in designing and implementing financial plans and business strategies, pooled investment vehicles, and financial workshops.
Potter earned her MBA and BBA from The George Washington University and has extensive experience chairing and serving on non-profit boards, including Mercy Education System of the Americas; Women in Sports & Events; The George Washington University School of Business; Texas Executive Women; and The Houston Area Women’s Center.
She was recognized recently by the Houston Business Journal as a Woman Who Means Business in Finance and 40 Under 40. Additional honors include recognition as a Woman of Inspiration, a Woman of Excellence, Houston’s Most Influential Women, and a STEAM Role Model.
Anna Gomez was born in the city of Makati, Philippines and moved to Chicago with her husband over twenty years ago. She is currently the Partner & Global Chief Accounting Officer of No Fixed Address and Mischief, a consolidated group of advertising agencies. Gomez was recently selected for the 2020 HERoes Women Role Model Executives list and named by Willard Powell as one of the top 150 Chief Financial Officers in 2021. As an immigrant from the Philippines Anna has broken the glass ceiling as one of the few diverse in an executive leadership role. Anna is a thought leader and a keynote speaker on diversity and inclusion. She is also an award-winning author with seven published books.