Retired Sgt. Mike Geiger
Formerly lead the sex crimes and anti-trafficking unit for the Portland Police Bureau (PPB) and maintains a significant presence in the broader anti-trafficking world. He supervised the PPB members working in the FBI Innocence Lost Task Force and also served on the Legislative and Public Policy Committee for the State of Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force. Geiger currently runs our survivor services in Portland and continues to lead Compassion First's partnered law enforcement training efforts in Indonesia and is a regular speaker on the topic of human trafficking and anti-trafficking investigation.
Empowers athletes to choose healthy lifestyles as a Fitness Instructor at Nike's World Headquarters. A native of Indonesia, she also maintains a seat on the Trustee Board for Compassion First's Indonesian affiliate, Yayasan Kasih Utama.
Dean Moshofsky, M.D.
Serves children in his local community as a pediatrician with Metropolitan Pediatrics. As the father of four, he seeks to provide excellent care to each of his patients knowing that every child is someone's son or daughter. His compassionate care and medical expertise benefit his work as an advisory board member and as a Clinical Care Overseer for Compassion First.
Tiffany Fieken, LCSW
Provides clinical expertise and academic guidance to students at Pacific University and oversees their internships in the field of social work. She also maintains a seat on the Board of Directors for Glorify—a non-profit organization working to build a bridge between the local faith community and the foster care system. Tiffany oversees Compassion First's clinical team coordinator, who serves as the liaison between counselors, social workers, and program staff.