Complete Aftercare for Trafficking Survivors: Trauma-Informed, Survivor Focused, Holistic Care

Nicole Brinkerhoff

Grant Manager

Nicole joined Dahlia's Hope in Oct. 2020 as a grant writer. Nicole earned a Bachelor and Master's degree in Marriage, Family and Human development and a second Master's degree in Public Administration with an emphasis on non-profit management from the BYU Marriott School of Management in 2012. Between degrees she moved to Alaska and worked for Wells Fargo as a traveling banker for 3 years. She also lived in Maryland and worked at The Heritage Foundation in Washington DC as a research fellow. Nicole has worked as an executive director and program director for multiple non-profits that promote marriage and family, including The National Organization for Marriage, The Ruth Institute, The Sutherland Institute and SA Lifeline, a sexual addiction recovery organization. She is passionate about the non-profit space and is excited to be able to use her education and experience to further the mission of Dahlia's Hope. She and her husband Michael live in Bicknell, a small town in southern Utah, and are living the life of her dreams with her 4 children on their small homestead.