During her work as the Program Coordinator for Idaho Parents Unlimited, Jennifer worked hard to ensure that parents of children with disabilities received training and information on their rights, responsibilities, and protections. Jennifer looks forward to raising awareness of human trafficking in Idaho as well as working alongside community members by providing resources to victims and survivors of human trafficking.
Through years working with refugees in the Boise area, Emerald gained an understanding of non-profit work and helping individuals start new lives. She continued this work in Nicaragua, teaching visiting groups about poverty and justice issues. She also worked directly with at-risk children and youth. Emerald hopes to use her unique experiences and knowledge to help bring awareness to issues of trafficking by assisting at-risk individuals and victims of trafficking.
After working as a habilitative support assisting children with disabilities, Marie found a love for serving others. She has also worked as an in-home caregiver and looks forward to a career serving at-risk populations. A psychology student at Boise State University, Marie plans
to pursue a Masters of Social Work degree.
Marie worked with the Idaho ATC
for nearly two years as the communications liaison, and
has transitioned into a
home-based support role.