Meet the Team
Founder & CEO
Julie Shrader is married, has one daughter and three grandsons. Julie is the Founder and CEO of Rejuvenating Women and the Restored Wings Recovery Home. As a survivor of sexual abuse, exploitation and domestic violence, Julie’s desire is to provide a safe place where survivors who suffer from complex trauma can begin to heal. Her vision has always been to show every single survivor love and compassion while giving her the freedom to discover who God says she is. Julie prays that going through the Restored Wings short or long-term Program, she will fulfill her lifelong desires and dreams.
Julie helps to raise awareness of all forms of human trafficking in the community and passionately prays to stop the buyers as well as those selling human beings.
Her future plans are to create a home for children and minors and to educate on pornography because if there is no demand, there will be no victims.
Julie enjoys being physically active and makes running a part of her routine as well as lifting weights, reading and quality time with her family.
Jen Snow was born and raised in Omaha Jen is married with four children. Jen has been with Rejuvenating Women for almost three years, prior to that she has experience in nonprofits and the corporate world specializing in human resources. Jen helps oversee all human resources, grant writing, fundraising, speaking and the oversight of the Restored Wings Home.
In her free time she is going to school to further her education in Human Trafficking and enjoys being outside and with her family.
Janelle grew up as a farm kid in South Dakota but ended up a Husker, getting her bachelor’s in Architectural Studies from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In college, she learned the most important thing in her life, who Jesus is, and it changed the course of her life. After graduation, she spent the next 20 years or so working in either the medical or social services field along with beginning her master’s in Social Work. During this time, she gained experience working with the homeless, addicts, at-risk youth, foster kids, the elderly, and the sick.
In 2018, God started to give Janelle a passion for helping survivors of human trafficking and in 2020, God opened the door wide open for Janelle to join Rejuvenating Women as an overnight Resident Advocate and currently the program Manager.
Outside of work, Janelle also serves with a ministry in North Omaha, and heading down to Juarez, Mexico as God gave her the opportunity to finally use her architectural background to design a soup kitchen.
Danielle Mitchell is originally from Fort Walton Beach, Florida. She has been married to her husband, Dave, for 24 years. They have two adult children. Danielle has her Associate Degree in Christian Counseling and is working on her BS in Crisis Counseling.
Danielle came to the RW House as a volunteer in the Spring of 2021. In the Fall she accepted the position of Case Coordinator.