Board of Directors
Founder & President
Beth Adams has served as a crime victim advocate for over 20 years in the non-profit arena and public safety sector. She was a volunteer and staff member with Family and Friends of Violent Crime Victims and Missing Persons (now Victim Support Services), and provided direct victim services as an advocate, crisis line worker, peer grief support group facilitator, and volunteer coordinator. She is employed as a domestic violence victim advocate with a law enforcement agency in Washington State. After the intrafamilial homicide of a family member in 1992, she changed her career focus from the dental field to victim advocacy.
Certificates and Awards:
D.A.W.N. (Domestic Abuse Women's Network): Certificate of Course Completion in Domestic Violence Crisis LineTraining (W.A.C.).
State of Washington Crime Victims Compensation Program: Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Service on Behalf of Crime Victims.
National Organization for Victim Assistance: Certificate of Achievement, National Community Crisis Response Team Training Institute.
Central Washington University: Law and Justice, Bachelor of Arts Program.
Anchorage Community College: Adjunct Lecturer, Dental Program, Allied Health Science.
Anchorage Community College: Associate of Applied Science Degree in Dental Assisting.
Sal Dena was a private investigator with Sal Dena Private Detective, Inc. for over 40 years. As a leading authority in ideologically-based crimes, his expertise as a consultant for such cases has been requested by numerous law enforcement agencies across the country. Although now retired from active investigations, he remains available for consultations with law enforcement.
Don Lincoln served as Assistant Chief of Police for Tukwila Police Department. During his 32 year career in law enforcement he served in various enforcement and investigative capacities before retiring in 2012. He was instrumental in developing a regional cooperative of law enforcement and intelligence analysts to share information, which still exists today. He has served on other boards in the King County area including Pediatric Interim Care Center and the South King County Community Network. As the investigations commander, he twice participated in the Director of National Intelligence Summer Hard Problem Program. He holds a B.S. degree in Business Management and is a graduate of Northwestern University, School of Police Staff and Command. In addition to serving on this board, he conducts select private investigations.
Martha Rorabaugh was the Office Manager at Burien Free Methodist Church from 1998 to 2015, and for 42 years has managed her family‘s finances. She currently works as an in-home caregiver of elderly clients, and volunteers at her church in children’s ministry.
Certificates and Awards:
Seattle Pacific University: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Magna Cum Laude).
Ray Adams has been employed as an avionics technician with a major airline for 30 years. His skill in providing support for tech requirement needs and troubleshooting issues is utilized at ESN sponsored events.