What do you do? My job is multifascited as the exec director, I manage the JMJ centers, 2 centers and mobile centers that go around on an RV. Coordinates everything, helps out in centers, go into the community. What JMJ is, what we do, promote that in the community to help secure volunterrs, fundin,g, promote awareness. Do a lot of strategic planning on how we're gonna grow. Trying to figure out what addicitonal programs we can offer. And then go out and do the speaking and build awareness. Various churches, youth ministries, and drink beer too. Whatever we need to do, oh I'll do it. I'm also an event planner. It's wonderful. Up until july, I was an engineer. Doing it for ...view middle of the document...
We all go thouhg hard times in life. It happens (about being pregnant), we shouldn't be blaming that person. They shouldn't be ashamed or judged, they should be supported. We should love each individual person. Life happens, but what these people need is someone to tell them that it's okay, we'll be there for them. It's wonderful. The best part for me is being able to see the joy and being able to share the love with all of the people who come into our centers. We're all family, we all have problems like any family, but we all help eacother out.
“mommy I got a star on my paper”
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Where did you go to college? UF, grew up in Orlando. Bachelor sand masters there in business and IT, got a job in Lake Mary right out of colrgr. Wanted to be close to family. Met husband in college.
What kind of training did you have for your job? Had some basic business background from college. OTJ training. Probably not qualified in terms of experience with managing people. “God doesn't call the qualified, he qualifies the called” Sometimes I feel like I have no idea what I'm doing. Everything is moving in such a positive direction. Been doing it for months and it seems to be working. Being passionate, huge component for any job. I was never motivated to do above and beyond with my job, at this place i”m always movtivard to go above and beyond and go outside of mycomfort zone, but I'm willing to do that because I believe in what I'm doing. I hate going and asking people for things, but it's a lot of what I have to do. Donate, we don't have a lot of money. Because it's for a good cause.
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