Project Safe Welcomes Kendall Worman, our new Community Involvement & Volunteer Coordinator
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Project Safe is excited to welcome Kendall Worman as our new Community Involvement & Volunteer Coordinator! Kendall will begin August 14th in this new role and would like to share a few words:
“Hi, all! My name is Kendall Worman, and I’m super excited to come on as Project Safe’s new Volunteer Coordinator in August! I’m originally from Alabama but am currently pursuing my master’s degree at UGA in Nonprofit Management. Before moving to Athens in 2016, I received my bachelor’s degree from The University of Alabama in journalism with minors in women’s studies and political science. I’m passionate about social justice, and I am so excited to work at an organization that provides quality services and education to survivors and community members alike. I love and believe in the Athens community and can’t wait to be a part of Project Safe.”