The Pitt County Coalition Against Human Trafficking will welcome the executive director of Rocking Horse Ranch Morgan Tedder to its April meeting on at 9:30 a.m., Thursday, April 20, at the Heart for ENC conference room located at 1412 S. Evans Street, Greenville.
Tedder has served as the executive director of Rocking Horse Ranch since 2021. Under her leadership the ranch has increased its clientele by 600 percent.
During her tenure at Rocking Horse, she has been afforded the opportunity to serve those with disabilities in Eastern North Carolina and has increased community awareness about equine assisted services.
She is a staunch advocate for those struggling with their mental health.
Tedder has an undergraduate degree in neuroscience from East Carolina University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in social work. She is an equine specialist in mental health learning with PATH Intl.
“We are happy to have Ms. Tedder speak to us about the opportunities that Rocking Horse Ranch have for those who have traumatic experiences in their past,” said PCCAHT facilitator Pam Strickland.
“Any services that we can learn about that can help human trafficking survivors achieve restoration is invaluable. The more we know about what’s available in our community and in our state, the better we can support survivors on their journeys to restoration.”