Working hard on behalf of at-risk families and children in Loudoun County
Members of the INMED Family & Youth Opportunity Center’s Advisory Board held their quarterly meeting last week to celebrate successes and share strategies for overcoming challenges. Board members span a variety of public agencies and nonprofit organizations dedicated to serving low-income families. The Advisory Board has been active in shaping INMED’s local programs for two decades and have been key to our success! Special thanks to our community advisors: Tanya Bosse, Family Literacy Program Director, Loudoun Literacy Council; Michelle Chambliss, Business Owner – Color Me Mine; Jorge Frapiccini, Community Representative; Katherine Kalil, Branch Manager, Sterling Library; Souad Nachabe, WIC Supervisor, Loudoun County Department of Health; Ondrea McIntyre Hall, Program Coordinator, Loudoun Early Head Start; Lynn Scott, McKinney-Vento Liaison, Loudoun County Public Schools; Johanna VanDoren-Jackson, Manager, Infant and Toddler Connection of Loudoun (ITC); Laurie Warhol, Division Manager, Child Protective Services, Loudoun County Department of Family Services; and Sherry Fortier, Director, P.A.S.T.A (Peers And Students Taking Action).