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Roxanne Stevenson

Executive Director

Roxanne Stevenson was named Executive Director of The Martin House Children’s Advocacy Center in October 2011. She is responsible for the oversight, coordination, and direction of the day-to-day administrative operations, provides public education and community awareness presentations regarding child abuse issues and the purpose of the CAC, and develops fundraising and program expansion initiatives. Roxanne served in a variety of management roles for other non-profit organizations before joining the CAC, and has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from LeTourneau University. In her spare time, Roxanne enjoys trail riding by horse or dirt bike, playing golf, traveling, and spending as much time as possible with her husband and grandchildren who call her "G-Roxy".

Christie Glenn-Moore

Program Director

In February 2017, Christie Glenn-Moore joined The Martin House CAC team as a multi-disciplinary team Intake Coordinator and Forensic Interviewer. In October 2019 she was promoted to Program Director to help lead the CAC into it's next decade of service to children in crisis. Christie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Development from Stephen F. Austin University and worked for the Department of Family and Protective Services in Investigations and Family Based Safety Services before joining The Martin House. As Program Director, Christie will assist the Executive Director in personnel management and program development. She will continue to conduct forensic interviews as needed and will train new staff to meet the needs of more than 700 children served by the Center each year.

When not working, Christie and her husband have five fantastic children who keep the family pleasantly busy. Christie also enjoys her involvement as a Youth Director at her church.

Tracey Moore, M.S., CAMS-1, LPC

Therapy Director

Tracey Moore joined The Martin House CAC on October 16, 2017. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from The University of Texas at Tyler in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and in 2015 she graduated with a Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology. Tracey is a Licensed Professional Counselor and provides trauma-focused cognitive-behavior therapy at the CAC. Before joining The Martin House CAC, Tracey worked with children ages 3-17 and their families who were dealing with trauma, a range of mental disorders, anger, and oppositional defiant behavior. Due to a growing concern about families dealing with conflict resolutions, she attended training to become a Certified Anger Management Specialist-I (CAMS-1) in 2017.  "Counseling is one of the keys to the healing process for every child of abuse and trauma," explains Tracey, who leads the in-house counseling/intervention services provided to child abuse victims and non-offending caregivers/family members from Gregg, Harrison, and Marion Counties.

Katie West

Intake Specialist/Forensic Interviewer

Katie Angel West has a huge passion for ensuring children are safe and protected and was welcomed by The Martin House CAC team as an Intake Specialist/Forensic Interviewer in April 2020. She graduated from Louisiana Tech University in 2019 earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Science. While Katie was attending college, she completed an internship at The Martin House in 2018. In her spare time, Katie likes to spend time with family and friends.

Cristina Hollins

Child & Family Advocate/Bilingual Forensic Interviewer

Cristina Hollins is a recent graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work. Her goal is to get her Master's degree and clinical license in social work. Over the past four years, Cristina has worked with many children and their families in the community. Her passion for working with children has led to her participation in the Partners in Prevention youth program, summer camp program, and Thanksgiving and Christmas events at Hwy. 80 Rescue Mission. She is a strong believer in helping families gain the tools needed to have healthy family dynamics. “Children are our most vulnerable population and it is every adult's job, not only parents, to do their best to keep them safe,” she explains.

In her spare time, Cristina loves spending time with her family. She and her husband have four beautiful girls who keep the house full of life, laughter, and quite busy.

Stephanie Corbitt, M.A., LPC-Associate


Stephanie Corbitt is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate who joined The Martin House CAC October 7, 2020. Her passion and commitment to helping children and families led her to achieve a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2005 from Mississippi College and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2015 from the University of Texas at Tyler. For more than 10 years, Stephanie has worked with children and adults in the mental health field, assisting clients experiencing suicidal or homicidal thoughts, psychosis, and other mental health symptoms. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and watching good movies.

Ionotzi Enriquez Castro

Child & Family Advocate

Before joining The Martin House CAC in December 2020, Ionotzi Enriquez-Castro volunteered for Child Protective Services under the Community Outreach division for over two years while also completing a fall internship at The Martin House CAC in 2020. She graduated from East Texas Baptist University with a Bachelor's of Art in Behavioral Sciences and a minor in Counseling. Ionotzi will continue her education by attending the MSW Cohort Program at the University of Arlington, beginning in the fall of 2021. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and her Pomeranian, Benjii.

Megan Franck

Forensic Interviewer

Megan Franck was welcomed to The Martin House CAC as a forensic interviewer in April of 2021, after a 7-year career in law enforcement. Megan was a patrol officer in Gilmer and Gladewater and worked as a jailer and jail supervisor in Gregg County. Megan has always had a passion for serving the most vulnerable and at-need populations, drawing her to The Martin House. Megan has a Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University in Sociology with a minor in Psychology. When not working, Megan enjoys her two dogs, spending time with her family and friends, and traveling. 

Abigail Cervantes

Forensic Interviewer

Kilgore native, Abigail Cervantes, joined The Martin House CAC as a Forensic Interviewer in September of 2021. In May of 2021, she graduated from Baylor University earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Forensic Science. While in college, Abigail volunteered with the children’s advocacy center in Waco. She also did volunteer work with the Waco Family Abuse Shelter through her sorority Alpha Chi Omega which emphasizes the importance of domestic violence awareness as its philanthropy. In her free time, Abigail likes to read, paint, go hiking and watch movies.

Brynlee Ballesteros

Child & Family Advocate

Brynlee Ballesteros joined The Martin House CAC in October 2021. She graduated in December 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in Child and Family services with a minor in Child Psychology from Abilene Christian University. In college she found her passion for serving and advocating for victims of abuse and exploitation while interning with Rescue Her, a non-profit anti-sex trafficking organization. She also served as the president of The Red Thread Movement, the collegiate chapter of Eternal Threads, another anti-trafficking non-profit organization. Originally from the DFW area, Brynlee moved to Longview to work for The Martin House and is looking forward to exploring what East Texas has to offer! In her free time, she loves to paint, spend time with her family and friends, eat fun food or enjoy a good book.


Facility Dog

Rainy is a female Labrador/Golden Retriever, specially bred, trained, and certified by Canine Companions for Independence to work with her handlers at the CAC. Having joined the center in August 2017, Rainy is available to comfort, entertain, or just sit quietly by children during their time at the center before or after forensic interviews, medical exams, therapy sessions, or can accompany children to court who must testify against their offenders. Rainy's hobbies include playing fetch, rolling over to beg for belly rubs, and getting muddy in the pond at home.