I graduated from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in May 2015. I studied Public Relations with a minor in Marketing, and am now hoping to obtain a full-time job with a nonprofit organization that specializes in orphan care and adoption ministry.
During spring of 2014, I interned for the Red Bus Project, and the experience sparked my interest in doing nonprofit work long-term. RBP’s mission is to engage college students in orphan care, and does so by travelling with a double-decker bus used as a mobile thrift store to different college campuses. The bus acts as a platform to connect with students, and invite them to play a part in the orphan crisis. My time with RBP was an incredible growing experience, and one that I was blessed to have had.
While in school, I have worked for the Stranges - a family of 10 in Temple, TX. Cheri, my boss, is the women's minister at her church, runs her own women's ministry, and is in the process of publishing her first book. My duties working with this family ranged from administrative tasks, to childcare, and everything in between. This job seems to have been made just for me, and I have loved every second of my time with that family.