The HavenATL Team
Melba Robinson, Program Director
Melba Robinson has a vast knowledge encompassing the field of commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking. She has an extensive history of working for and collaborating with CSE victims throughout Georgia and various other states. As a social worker, Melba’s expertise is in working with children and families, case management, and program & curriculum development. Melba joined HavenATL with the Salvation Army as a Case Manager then transitioned to Program Director, where she overseers the development of the program, connects with partnering agencies to offer more resources for the women, and provides advocacy, and linkages for the girls and women who have survived commercial sexual exploitation. Her vision for the girls and young women is to provide a safe environment for them where they can be empowered and begin to work on their journey of wholeness.
Keisha Head, Lead Case Manager
Keisha Head is more than just a survivor of child sex trafficking. Today she serves as a nationally recognized speaker and advocate, aiming to end all forms of Human Trafficking. Her hope is to promote healing and peace into the lives of other survivors. Head has a heart for collaboration and believes that with the right support system, anyone can overcome their past. She uses her experiences of being a victim, turned survivor and emerged leader, as knowledge base and skill set to ensure effective program outcomes. Head believes in programs that aim towards self-sufficiency and the empowerment to overcome victimization. God lead her to Salvation Army HavenATL to fulfill that belief. Her passion is helping others see their full potential and taking the necessary steps to obtain their dreams while eliminating all excuses. With God ALL things are possible!
Consuela Douglas, Licensed Therapist
Consuela Douglas is a native of Augusta, GA and has lived in the Atlanta area for over 20 years. She is a social worker by training, possessing a bachelors in psychology and a masters in social work from Clark Atlanta University. Consuela’s past practice specialized in work with inner city youth, teen mothers, the homeless, foster care and adoptions with medically fragile children, especially those HIV/AIDS infected or affected, and full time ministry with youth. She has always held a special place in her heart for the arts and art education. She has served as an art teacher for local nonprofits, a museum assistant for a community-based teaching museum, and facilitated experiential art-focused group therapy. She believes her purpose at HavenATL is to help women be present in and capture the moments that lead to liberation...using experiential therapy to speak truth to pain and chronicle beauty in successes found in daily experiences.