Anne Markley

Interim Chief Executive Officer

Mrs. Markley received her Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Colorado State University and her Master’s in Business Administration from University of Colorado.  She has served for the past 8 years in a volunteer capacity with TESSA, most recently serving of the President of the Board of Directors for the past two years. Mrs. Markley is an active member of the non-profit community in Colorado Springs and has a passion for the mission of TESSA. Prior to committing herself to the work of TESSA, Mrs. Markley worked in marketing and advertising, specifically focused on non-profits.

Angie Hackett-Larson

Chief Program Officer

Ms. Hackett-Larson has extensive experience working within the nonprofit sector in Colorado, primarily around homelessness, and domestic and sexual violence issues. Prior to her return to TESSA, she spent more than two years assisting another nonprofit in the role of grant writer. Ms. Hackett-Larson has a rich history with TESSA dating back ten years. Through her time with TESSA she has served on the board of the Colorado Coalition against Domestic Violence, and traveled throughout the state providing presentations on domestic violence and sexual assault related topics. Ms. Hackett-Larson holds a Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University, Denver.

Tara Sabin

Chief Financial Officer

Tara received her Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Florida State University, the school she envisioned attending as an elementary aged kid. Since graduating, Tara has worked with nonprofit organizations in many different capacities; including auditing, internal operations, and experience with federal awards and compliance. Before joining TESSA, Tara worked with nonprofit clients along the front range and prior to that, was the Vice President of Finance for a nonprofit organization here in Colorado Springs. Tara enjoys helping nonprofits achieve their mission effectively and efficiently, allowing them to have a greater impact on the communities they serve. She is passionate about TESSA’s purpose and excited for the opportunity to use her knowledge and skills to make a difference in the lives of survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Darryl Glenn

Chief Legal Services Officer

Mr. Glenn joins TESSA after serving in public office as an El Paso County Commissioner and Colorado Springs City Councilmember for over 15 years. Mr. Glenn brings his background as an attorney with a focus on family law and protection orders. Mr. Glenn is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with over 21 years of combined active and reserve service. Mr. Glenn earned a law degree from New England School, an MBA from Western New England College and a Bachelor’s in Science from the United States Air Force Academy. Mr. Glenn has also been a resident of Colorado Springs since early childhood.

Joseph Sanchez

Clinical Director

Mr. Sanchez is the Clinical Director for TESSA and a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado with a focus on relationships and trauma. He brings to TESSA 13 years of direct experience with severe mental health, correctional, and child welfare agencies and multiple years of professional court experience from caseworker, family worker, counselor, and clinician positions. Additionally, he has been administrator of clinical programs and clinical internship programs at several different agencies. Mr. Sanchez is an alumnus of University of Colorado with a Bachelor degree in Sociology as well as an alumnus of University of Phoenix with a Master’s degree in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy.

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Megan McHugh

Youth & Children’s Program Manager

Courtney Sutton

Safety and Support Manager

Ms. Sutton holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology with a Trauma focus from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. A native Tennessean, Ms. Sutton is an alumnus of the University of Tennessee where she studied Psychology. Ms. Sutton interned with TESSA while in her Master’s program and quickly realized this was the field that she was meant to do, rather than Neuropsychology as she previously planned. After her internship, Ms. Sutton continued working with TESSA as a Confidential Victim Advocate, Hospital On-Call Advocate, Safehouse Advocate, and Lead Court Advocate. She is passionate about her work assisting survivors and supporting clients within the community.

Sheila Guerrero

Safehouse Manager

Ms. Guerrero is an experienced bilingual advocate that also has experience working with underserved families at CPCD. Since being at TESSA, Ms. Guerrero has become experienced in working with domestic violence survivors as well as human trafficking survivors and supported those navigating the immigration system. Ms. Guerrero is committed to trauma informed care and strives for the best possible services for those in TESSA’S residential program.

Kristy Bootes

Human Trafficking Program Manager



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