We appreciate all the talented people who make Open to Hope such a fulfilling place to work. Over the years, we have had so many people give their time, energy, and skills in assisting us with help those who are grieving and need support.
Although some stay with us, others go on to pursue other passions. We love following their journeys and celebrating their successes. Recently, we received an article that appeared in The Press Sentinel about our recent Columbia University intern, Mallary McGahee. Gloria and our staff trained her and quickly had her feeling like part of our team.
Her local paper interviewed her. During the interview, she mentioned her work with Open to Hope. She talked about the work she did with me directly within the organization and as one of my students at Columbia. I, along with everyone at Open to Hope, enjoyed working with Mallary.
I am honored to think that she feels we played an integral role in helping her find direction with her future career goals and aspirations. It’s inspiring to see that our work is touching people in such positive ways. We look forward to watching her develop and achieve success in helping others.