Volunteer workers in child welfare
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This is an interview with the president of the James Creek Resident Council, Ms. Christine Spencer. The interview will provide a glimpse into Christine's passion for her neighborhood and community which has driven her to become an active advocate for the needs of the James Creek community. Ms. Spencer describes her partnership with Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative and the services that have been made available to the residents of James Creek.
This is an interview with a current Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative (E/BFSC) employee who has been with the organization since its inception in the late 1990s. Ms. Jones discusses her upbringing in Washington, D.C., subsequent move to North Carolina, and return to D.C. where she eventually joined the E/BFSC.
This is an interview with the Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative's current Board Member, Kim Bright. In this interview Kim gives insight into her childhood and how those experiences and values helped to shape her volunteer pursuits and community activism. Ms. Bright clearly captures her early involvement with E/BFSC and how her support and contributions to E/BFSC has evolved over the years.
This is an interview with the Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative's (E/BFSC) founding Executive Director. Louvenia describes her early years growing up in Washington, D.C., educational pursuits, and eventual involvement with the establishment of the E/BFSC.
This is an interview with the Brookland Manor Resident Council President, Minnie Elliott. Ms. Elliott currently resides in Brookland Manor and describes her efforts to bring resources and services to the residents of Brookland Manor. These efforts subsequently led her to collaborate with the Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative (E/BFSC). Ms. Elliott explains the impact that E/BFSC had and continues to have on the residents in Brookland Manor.
This is an interview with a former Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative (E/BFSC) employee. Raymond Coates was involved in the early development of the Collaborative movement, specifically the North Capitol Collaborative. Raymond describes the evolution of his involvement with the Collaboratives to eventually include his time with E/BFSC.
This is an interview with a current Edgewood/Brookland Family Support Collaborative (E/BFSC) participant who has been involved with the organization since 1999. Ms. Williams discusses growing up in the Edgewood and Brentwood communities, her childhood and becoming a teen mother, and her family's experience with E/BFSC.