I’ve been at Susan B. Anthony Project since 1994. I know how hard it is for someone to pick up the phone and call us or step in for service. My daily interactions with survivors remind me of their strength and the importance of holding a safe space for those who are seeking support. That brave first step allows healing to begin and motivates me in my work each day.
I began at Susan B. Anthony Project in 2010 as a Community Educator. Though my role has changed, I continue to reach out to our community for support to ensure that our clients are able to receive the services that they rely on everyday. I am continually moved when people approach me to share their stories of how SBAP has saved their lives or the life of a loved one.
I first joined Susan B. Anthony project as a volunteer in 2003 and was hired in my first role in 2004. I’ve had the privilege of serving survivors and the community collectively in many roles during my time here. My experience with SBAP includes work as a Community Educator, Court Advocate, Shelter and Transitional housing advocate, and now Program Director. I feel passionate about serving the community that I live in and having the opportunity to positively impact the lives of families and individuals that we work with.