Some of you may not know, but we have a second campus in De Soto at Uplift Gradus.
We would love to introduce the Program Manager for the Gradus Campus, Camille.
How did you start at Voice of Hope?
When I applied for the position at Voice of Hope I had no idea what the organization was. When I interviewed (which was very nontraditional), I knew right then that this was where I was supposed to be.
How long have you been with Voice of Hope?
I have been with Voice of Hope since October 2013.
What is your position at Voice of Hope?
Program Manager - Gradus Primary
What has Voice of Hope meant to you and how has it impacted your life?
Voice of Hope is more than just a job to me it has become family. Voice of Hope has been there with me through some of my roughest times and I wouldn’t trade this place for anything right now.
What is your favorite aspect of Voice of Hope?
It is family oriented and has a passion to help the communities.
What is your favorite memory with Voice of Hope?
My first year working at Voice of Hope we had an all staff retreat at the ranch. It was my first time riding on 4 wheelers and is probably in my top 5 most enjoyable times in life.
Why do you think Voice of Hope is important to the community?
I believe Voice of Hope is important because we provide the services needed for the individuals living in the communities we serve to become productive Christian citizens.
What inspires you most about Voice of Hope?
Being able to be the Voice of Hope in a child’s life.
Why is it important for Voice of Hope to incorporate the Christian curriculum in its programs?
Because it incorporates positive character building needed to thrive in life and become productive Christians in life and their communities.
What is a little-known fact about you that you’d like to share?
I was born and raised in Omaha, NE I have been living in TX since 2009.
Stories of Hope
Voice of Hope is proud to share a series of stories through this year that will tell the history of Voice of Hope and what a tremendous impact your support has had in the community and so many lives.