Diane Bailey received Jesus Christ as her Savior in 1972 as a young wife and mother. She grew within the Millerton Wesleyan Church, and became a teacher of literally every age group. She also worked for thirty years as a paraprofessional in the public school system, many years with special needs students. Diane also served the church in many areas at the local level and at the district level as a board member, and for eight years as the director of women’s ministry. It was there that she found a calling and passion for helping victims of human trafficking.
After meeting Deborah Keuhner, Director of The Potter’s Hands, Diane became heavily involved in supporting their efforts of building and maintaining a safe-house for survivors of sexual human trafficking. She continues to minister through praying and teaching at the safe-house while balancing care for her elderly parents. Diane lives with her husband David, has two grown children, 8 grandchildren and a dog named Angel.