Our client services staff are here to provide women, men and families with life-affirming, confidential and compassionate care from the moment they walk into our doors and every moment after.
As a team, we strive to meet the needs of our clients relationally, spiritually, materially, and in a variety of other ways as we focus on showing our clients the love of Jesus Christ.
La Tasha Jackett | Client Services Manager
Sonia Weber | Receptionist/Client Care
Anchor of Hope is staffed by licensed medical professionals. Under the oversight and guidance of two co-medical directors, Drs. Jeffrey Lynds and Steven Falconer, our nursing staff and volunteer medical staff serve clients to meet their sexual health needs and address concerns with compassion and professionalism.
Liz Hildebrandt | BSN, Registered Nurse
Angela TenDolle | Registered Nurse
Dr. Jeff Lynds | Medical Director
Dr. Steven Falconer | Medical Services
We are Anchor of Hope’s new Community Educators, Sue Habighorst and Carol Marksteiner. Our role is to build community relationships between Anchor of Hope and local schools, churches, and organizations.
Our goal is to champion Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (an evidence-based abstinence program) as the best approach to help middle-school and high school age students thrive now and enter adulthood equipped to achieve life success. We will do this by developing age-appropriate curriculum focused on healthy, biblical, sexual health habits and behaviors consistent with Anchor of Hope’s core values.
We look forward to the challenge of creating educational programs for our community. It is important that our youth are given the knowledge, skills, and encouragement they need to make wise and healthy decisions. We also look forward to developing programs and projects that bring parents and their children together to have healthy and meaningful conversations about difficult subjects.
Sue Habighorst | MSN, Registered Nurse
Carol Marksteiner | Client Advocate
David Markworth and LeeAnn Fowler provide essential support and professional expertise for all aspects of Anchor of Hope’s services.
LeeAnn Fowler | Administrative Assistant
Veronica Norton | Marketing Coordinator
David Markworth | Bookkeeper
Jacky Drewry | Director of Operations/ Executive Director/CEO
Client Services Manager
La Tasha Jackett joined our staff in May 2023 as the Client Services Manager. La Tasha is a native of the city of Sheboygan where she still resides today with her young son, Quincy. La Tasha comes from humble beginnings alongside her close-knit family of a single mom and three brothers. Since 2004, La Tasha has volunteered mentoring and ministering to mostly young children and youth through various organizations. La Tasha has always felt led by the quote, “Be who you needed when you were younger!’ When she’s not working or volunteering La Tasha can be found travelling the world, exploring our state parks, or baking at home!
La Tasha has pursued degrees in Nursing, Medical Coding, and Public Health demonstrating her passion to learn how to best help people. Prior to joining the team at Anchor of Hope La Tasha worked in several different fields: Medical Billing/Coding, Nursing Assistant, Therapy for Autistic children, Camp Counselor, Hospitality, etc… God ultimately led La Tasha to Anchor of Hope to pursue a calling on her life to shine for Jesus loving and serving our clients, volunteers, and staff, while showing how only He can provide a hope and a future for everyone.
bsn, registered nurse
Liz Hildebrandt, BSN, RN, has served as Nurse Manager since 2017. With a background in Labor and Delivery, Prenatal Clinic care and as a Nursing Director of a pregnancy center in Tucson, Arizona, Liz comes with a heart to serve.
As a nurse trained in limited obstetric ultrasound, she works under the RDMS and Radiologist to show moms and dads the life within them. She leads the medical team, working with the Co-Medical Directors to carry out Medical Center Policies and procedures, as well as providing direct client care.
Her grandparents and parents’ generosity and service paved the way to build a desire for caring for women and saving unborn lives. Overseas medical mission trips fostered a heart to serve the lost.
She lives in Sheboygan with her husband Jim, who supports her work and serves as a Client Advocate mentoring men at Anchor of Hope. They have three teenage children.
Angela TenDolle, RN, joined our staff in 2021 as Assistant Nurse manager, working to provide excellent face-to-face patient care. Angela has been working as a Registered Nurse for since 2019, with a background working at a local hospital.
Angela has found a passion serving in this ministry. Always having a love for Women’s Health, God led her in the direction of Anchor of Hope. She strives to show love, guidance, and understanding to all clients that enter the building.
She is currently being trained in limited obstetric ultrasound and will soon be able to see clients on her own! Working under the RDMS and Radiologist, she will be able to show the life growing within each mom. Angela also works under the Nurse Manager and Medical Director to provide other important services including pregnancy testing, well woman exams, STI testing, etc.
Angela lives in Oostburg with her husband, Derrick. She has also recently accepted a part time position at Aurora Grafton as a labor and delivery nurse. She is excited to dive deeper into Women’s Health and feels that this will complement her work at Anchor of Hope very nicely while offering an opportunity for further learning.
Dr. Jeff Lynds is serving in his 6th year as medical director. He has degrees from the University of New Hampshire, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Additionally, he maintains board certification in Family Medicine. Dr. Lynds is retired after 30 years of private practice with the Sheboygan Clinic. Prior to his volunteering with AOH, Dr. Lynds volunteered for the Salvation Army free clinic where he saw patients and for 20 years served as their medical director. Dr. Lynds is married to Lora with 2 married daughters, and 6 precious grandchildren, all living nearby!
As a committed Christ follower, Dr. Lynds is passionate about AOH’s mission and ministry. Whereas he found caring for the underprivileged and uninsured needful and rewarding, following Christ’s command to care for His little children by caring for His unborn is even more needful. He sees it a privilege to answer God’s call to stand in the gap for these children between life and the many forces working against that new life.
Dr. Steven Falconer has been volunteering his professional services reading of all the ultrasounds from Anchor of Hope since the Center’s inception. He is a practicing Catholic, but particularly enjoys the ecumenical spirit at Anchor of Hope, where all denominations come together in unity for their defense of life, particularly the most vulnerable, the preborn.
Dr. Falconer is a 1993 graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School- Duluth. He graduated in 1997 from the University of Iowa Hospitals after completing his residency in Clinical Diagnostic Radiology. Dr. Falconer has practiced radiology in Wisconsin for the past 25 years. He practiced for 24 years at Aurora Sheboygan Clinic and Sheboygan Memorial Hospital. While at the Sheboygan Clinic, Dr. Falconer served on the management committee for 12 years.
He is currently practicing with Radiology Associates of the Fox Valley at Saint Agnes Hospital in Fond du Lac. Dr. Falconer reads all types of medical imaging including OB Ultrasounds. Dr. Falconer and his family have been residents of Sheboygan County for 25 years.
He has been married to his wife, Clare for 32 years and they have 6 children – 3 boys and 3 girls.
MSN, Registered Nurse
Sue Habighorst, MSN, RN, has served as a volunteer nurse at Anchor of Hope since 2020. She is a nurse educator with a public health background.
Sue recently joined the Education team with plans to serve the schools and community with prevention education.
While on a medical mission trip in Lima, Peru she witnessed the people of the church investing in their community every day. Their single-mindedness to serve the Lord wowed her and convicted her to become active in serving her community in Sheboygan. She has had the pleasure of volunteering as an RN for AOH for over two years. The opportunity to serve as staff in this Community Education role reminds her what a good and gracious God we serve.
She lives in Sheboygan with her husband Mark. Their two grown sons, Sam and Ben, live in Oshkosh. She works part-time for Concordia University in Mequon as a clinical and online nursing instructor.
As I have volunteered as a Client Advocate at Anchor of Hope since the spring of 2022, I have had the amazing opportunity to serve and support the men, women, and children who walk through our doors.
Now, I’m excited to bring my experience as a former schoolteacher to this new role as we build relationships with the youth in our local community. I moved to Sheboygan in January 2021 from Virginia for my husband Jonathon’s job, and in March 2022 we welcomed our first baby boy! Although I have always been Pro-Life, journeying through pregnancy and motherhood has further increased my desire to help create a Culture of Life.
I’m so excited to spread Anchor of Hope’s mission and biblical truth by reaching new communities through this program.
LeeAnn Fowler joined the team in May of 2021. She serves as the Center’s Administrative Assistant and her roles include Donor Support and Volunteer Coordinator. One of LeeAnn’s major tasks is serving as our Gala Coordinator.
CLIENT SERVICES MANAGER
Veronica Norton started serving at Anchor of Hope as a Client Advocate in early 2020 and began her role as Client Services Manager later that year. She then transitioned to the role of Marketing Coordinator. Having experienced an unexpected pregnancy while she was in high school, it led her to be passionate about life and families. The journey as a young mom led her to a relationship with Christ and a deep passion to meet moms and dads right where they are at as they receive grace, love, relatability and compassion. She worked and was involved in MOPS ministry for several years, gaining deep understanding to provide a safe place where families can see the love of Jesus in motion. She works toward the importance of making women and men feel supported to make life choices and life heart changes for their families and believes that Anchor of Hope is a place for those we serve to experience growth as we live relationally alongside them encouraging them and supporting them as we offer the deep hope and truth found in Jesus.
David Markworth joined the team in March of 2021 as the Bookkeeper after retiring from his senior accountant role with the Sheboygan County Highway Department.
Director of Operations / Executive Director / CEO
Jacky Drewry was born in central MN, the youngest of 9 children. After graduating from Royalton High School, Jacky went on to pursue degrees from the University of Minnesota-Waseca, Virginia Tech, the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, and Liberty University.
Jacky, her husband, Greg, and their two sons relocated to the beautiful state of Wisconsin in 1997. Following 2 years employment with Land O’ Lakes, Jacky sensed a ministry calling to serve at a local church where her passion for God’s people and non-profit ministry began. In February 2015 Jacky was hired as a Director of Operations/Executive Director/CEO for Anchor of Hope Health Center, then New Hope Pregnancy Center of Sheboygan, Inc.
Anchor of Hope opened in August of 2015 and has served residents of Sheboygan County and beyond since that time. The Center has grown to include 9 staff members and services to include ultrasounds, STD testing and treatment, abortion pill rescue, well-woman visits, and much more.
In addition to being passionate about serving women in unexpected pregnancies, Jacky loves spending time with her family and in the garden. She is also active in her church and jail ministry.