Jacky Gatliff, D.Min
Jacky was born in Memphis, Tennessee and grew up in Richmond, Virginia. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary where she most recently completed the Doctor of Ministry in Spiritual Formation.
She has served in a variety of ministries and non-profits including hospice chaplain and Director of Grief Support (Ann Arbor, MI) and associate pastor (Greenwich, CT). While her husband, Mike, was an assistant pastor at Second Presbyterian Church, Jacky was the national Director of Women in Ministry for the Evangelical Presbyterian Church denomination. Through her leadership, “The Set Free Project” was created to educate, equip and engage women in local churches to address the horrors of sexual trafficking and its impact on women and communities both internationally and locally.
The Gatliffs have recently returned to their adopted hometown of Memphis as they desire to be a part of what God is doing to restore the city to reflect His grace, mercy and love. Believing that local grass movements are an effective means to mobilize individuals to engage in the fight to end human trafficking, she sees Restore Corps providing a variety of avenues for those living in western Tennessee to be a part of this abolitionist movement.