“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” – Andrew Carnegie
Director of Public Relations
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Sarah Buxton, a native of Strafford, Mo., graduated from Ozarks Technical Community College in May of 2017 with her Associate of Arts degree and is currently a junior at Drury University, where she will obtain her degree in Strategic Communication. Sarah is particularly passionate about political and nonprofit work, and plans to pursue a career in either field upon graduation.
Sarah was engaged in a variety of campus and community activities throughout her time at OTC. She created and chaired a politically affiliated campus organization and served as a math tutor in the OTC Speckman Tutoring and Learning Center. More recently, Sarah was recognized for her community service and civic engagement by being named a 2017 Newman Civic Fellow. Sarah was the first OTC student to receive this award.
Sarah currently works at Ozarks Technical Community College as a college ambassador and serves as the secretary for the Missouri Federation of College Republicans. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys being with her family and friends, reading the news, and educating herself and others about government and politics.
Director of Hospitality
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Amy Reaka, SingleMomzRock Director of Hospitality, lives happily and blessed in Ozark with her four amazing children and her new husband Timmy, who is an avid fisherman. She works full time and is an active member at Second Baptist Church in Springfield. Her children are very active in sports; softball and soccer for the moment.
She grew up in Pierce City, Mo. and graduated high school from there. They spent a few years living in the greater St. Louis area before moving back to Southwest Missouri. When they returned to Southwest Mo., Amy became a stay at home mom for her children and to care for her mother full time.
In 2012 her marriage of nearly 10 years ended in divorce. After having stayed at home for years, she now had to scrambled to find a stable full time job while getting the kids settled into a new home, a new town, and a new life.
Only by the precious grace of God, and with the loving help and support of her family, they were able to make it through several difficult and trying years.
Director of Domestic Abuse Support
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Joy Martin is a native of Springfield, Missouri. She is a single mom of an 8-year-old boy. Her experience and survival of domestic violence have given her a passion to help other women struggling with domestic violence.
She left an abusive marriage 5 years ago and has found that helping others has brought healing to her heart and life. God has put a passion in Joy’s heart to help women in difficult situations.
Joy has had women approach her on social media for advice on what to do in their own abusive relationships. When she has been given the opportunity to serve women affected by domestic violence, she has felt God leading her to pursue this.
Joy has also spent time volunteering with Jobs for Life at Life 360 at the Fairbanks. Being a champion with Jobs for Life has been a very rewarding experience.
When going through her own situation, there has always been a Scripture now has become a stronghold for Joy “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10 NIV