Nekeisha’s background consists of experience in Housing and Social Services. Her passion is working with programs that impact change and growth by targeting an underserved population. She aspires to be an advocate for housing stabilization and believes that housing is a right and a need, and that advocacy and supportive service programs help to benefit underserved populations. Nekeisha says that she is a true believer that the right resources and coaching can assist participants in reaching their fullest potential. She says she sees the possibilities as unlimited.
Nekeisha completed her Masters in Community Counseling in 2014 at Argosy University. She has 15 years of experience working in the Public Housing Sector focusing on areas of housing stability, academic achievement, job readiness, and wellness. Nekeisha says that being able to continue this work with New Moms focusing on housing and supportive services is rewarding.
Favorite New Moms value: Possibility
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