Beth Hines became Executive Director in 2018 and has been with the organization since 1991. She is a highly motivated leader committed to the advancement of Community Partners in Action’s (CPA) mission and culture. Her leadership is based on integrity, mutual respect, and trust. During her many years with the organization, Beth has been an advocate for reform while ensuring the guiding beliefs of CPA are always at the forefront of her decision-making.
Beth is collaborative by nature with the capacity to build new relationships and sustain existing partnerships. She is strategic with a track record for managing and resolving complex issues. Her strong skills in encouraging and inspiring staff, supporting participants, championing initiatives, and pursuing new opportunities has and will continue to serve CPA well.
Beth’s long history with the CPA demonstrates her commitment to team building and assuring that all parts of the organization are working toward the same goal: providing innovative, best quality services to the people in our care while supporting and developing staff.
Beth’s values are aligned with those of the agency, and its mission has become part of who she is. She is inspired by CPA’s rich history, dedicated staff, resilient participants, and core belief that people can change.
Beth has a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Connecticut. She is the Co-chair of the Greater Waterbury Reentry Council and the Criminal Justice Division of the CT Nonprofit Alliance.
Beth resides in Bristol, CT, with her husband, Michael. They have two adult sons. Beth is highly competitive, an avid bike rider and tennis player, playing competitively for over 40 years.
Deborah Rogala, LCSW
Designation:Director of Operations
Deb Rogala is responsible for the strategic and operational management of CPA programs. She oversees CPA’s Program Operations Directors and Facilities Manager. She oversees the implementation of strategic initiatives, serves as a liaison to CPA’s external partners, and supports the Executive Director in keeping the Board of Directors informed on programmatic achievements and challenges. She has been with Community Partners in Action since 1994.
Before being named Director of Operations in 2021, Deb was Program Operations Director for our Reentry Programs and Community Service Program from 2012 to 2021. She led the implementation of our highly successful Hartford Reentry Welcome Center, whose groundbreaking program model is the first of its kind in Connecticut. Deb also led the implementation, and currently plays an active role, in our REGIONS Residential Treatment Programs for boys as well as the RISE Residential Program for boys CPA operated from 2016 to 2019.
Deb began her career with CPA in 1994 as an intern with the Resettlement Program. She continued working with the program as a Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA) for one year. Deb was subsequently hired as a Case Manager and later became Program Manager for the Resettlement Program, a position she held from 1997 to 2012. While Program Manager, she made significant contributions to the agency’s work, including developing the pre and post-prison release case management model that is the foundation for all CPA reentry programs.
Throughout Deb’s career with CPA, she has demonstrated empathy, drive, resourcefulness, and devotion to CPA’s mission, staff, and participants. In addition, she has enthusiastically responded to gaps in services, offering leadership, management, and oversight to provide staff support and program stabilization. These various roles within the agency have deepened her expertise in best practice programming, effective management, and operations.
Widely respected in Connecticut, Deb is known for her reentry expertise and ability to maximize community collaborations. Her ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships with local, state, and federal agencies, foundations, church groups, and community partners has been instrumental to the agency’s ability to fulfill its mission.
Deb is a licensed clinical social worker with a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Central Connecticut State University and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Connecticut.
Deb is an advocate of a healthy work-life balance. She believes that taking care of oneself is the first ingredient to effectively helping others. Deb loves adventure, laughter, hiking, kayaking, vacationing, and spending time with family and friends.
Designation:Chief Financial Officer
Lisa Maraia is responsible for the financial management of the agency. She has been with CPA since April 2015. Lisa provides leadership and direction for all financial functions and directly oversees all accounting, contract, and grant reporting. She works collaboratively with the auditors in the preparation of the financial statements, including the 401(k) financial statement, state single audit report, and the IRS Form 990.
Before joining Community Partners in Action, Lisa was the Controller at Avon Old Farms School for over 14 years where she ensured operational efficiency of the Business Office. She managed the staff responsible for student billing, accounts receivable/accounts payable, purchase orders, general ledger, fixed assets, payroll, cash management, student bank, and the school store. She administered the school’s endowment funds and restricted gifts and worked collaboratively with the auditors in preparation of the consolidated financial statements and IRS Form 990. Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Bentley College, which is now Bentley University.
Sandra Bradford-Jennings, MHA, bCRE
Sandra Bradford-Jennings plays a leadership role in the strategy and implementation of fundraising campaigns and events, grant writing and proposal management, and branding and marketing communications. She has been with CPA since 2012.
Sandra has over 30 years of nonprofit fundraising and communications experience. This includes expertise in evolving department operations and infrastructure to support a robust and successful fundraising program.
Before joining CPA, Sandra was President and owner of the Crystal Pen Group, a grant writing and communications firm she founded in 2009. She also served as Director of Development Communications and Foundation Relations for The Danbury Hospital Development Fund (now part of Nuvance Health). Sandra was also Director of Development and Communications for Family ReEntry, a community-based criminal justice organization, for five and a half years.
This is Sandra’s second career. Her first career was in healthcare marketing and communications, where she worked at the local, regional and national levels. During this time, she held staff and leadership positions with companies and organizations in New York, Washington DC, Maryland, and California, including Ernst & Young and Sutter Health.
Sandra holds a bachelor’s degree in Zoology from Howard University and a Master's in Hospital Administration from the Medical College of Virginia. In addition, she is certified in Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge Fundamentals (bCRE).
Sandra is a presenter for the 2022 BiPOC Cohort for Nonprofit Leadership, a program of the Community Foundation of Greater New Haven. From 2010 to 2018, she served on the Board of Directors and event planning committee for the Newtown Earth Day Festival and scholarship fundraiser. Sandra is also a past board member for Danbury Children First and the Fairfield County Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. In 2007 and 2008, Sandra chaired the Communications committee for CT National Philanthropy Day.
Sandra is married and has one adult daughter. She loves dogs and sports and is a long-time doll collector. Her passion is for rare and hard-to-find vintage black dolls and dolls representing African American historical figures.
Marie MacLean, SHRM-SCP
Designation:Human Resources Director
Marie MacLean serves as a strategic business partner and advisor to the Executive Director and executive management team. In her role, Marie leads human resources strategic initiatives, placing significant focus on talent management, development, and succession planning. She also oversees employment practices and HR operations, including compensation and benefits. Marie has been with CPA since 2010.
Before joining CPA, Marie worked in the private sector. She began her career at Aetna, where she developed expertise as a strategic Human Resources business partner and in employment practices. Later, Marie moved to The Hartford, where she was the Director of the Ombudsmen’s Office and advisor to the organization’s diversity networks. She also led a range of HR strategic and operational activities at Day Pitney LLP.
Marie holds a Bachelors of Science from the University of Connecticut. In addition, she has completed significant work towards a Master’s degree in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from the University of New Haven. Marie is a Society for Human Resources Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).
Noely Sanchez Velez
Designation:Administrative Manager and IT Liaison
Noely Sanchez Velez is CPA’s first Administrative Manager and IT Liaison, a position she has held since 2021. She works as a Project Manager responsible for agency-wide projects and as the IT Liaison. Noely is a member of CPA’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee, Development Committee, and Governance Committee. As a member of the DEI Committee, she works closely with CPA’s DEI consultants to oversee the management of their current DEI project. In addition to her work at CPA, Noely also sits on the Hartford Data Collaborative (HDC) Data Oversight Committee helping to shape HDC’s work with data analysis. She has been with Community Partners in Action since 1999.
Before her current position, Noely was CPA’s Business Operations Administrator from 2019 to 2021 and served as the Executive Assistant to CPA’s Executive Director from 2002 to 2019. Noely's first job at CPA was as the Administrative Assistant for the Community Service Program at Hartford Community Court and later for the Beyond Fear Program in 2000.
In 2020, Noely became a published author through the Transformation 2020 book anthology that provides twenty inspiring stories of power and healing from women leaders. In March 2021, she wrote a chapter for Upward: Leadership Lessons for Women on the Rise. Each chapter is written by a woman business leader sharing the struggles and challenges faced as they made their way in the business world and also providing advice for the next generation of women business leaders.
In 2020, Noely was awarded a 100 Women of Color Award for her work in the Hartford community. Outside of CPA, Noely and her husband own JCV Freelance Photography, LLC. In addition, they volunteer their time with Connecticut’s Department of Children and Families (DCF) as photographers for National Adoption Day. They also volunteer for DCF’s Heart Gallery of America, capturing the individuality and dignity of children living in foster care in photos.
Noely attended Manchester Community College and The American Women’s College at Bay Path University with a concentration in Organizational Leadership Studies. In addition, she holds a Certification in Project Management from Post University.
Noely and her husband engage in a healthy lifestyle by staying active and sharing a mutual love for photography. Noely is a native of Puerto Rico and has lived in Connecticut since 1991.
Designation:Program Operations Director, Alternative in the Community (AIC) and Transitional Housing Programs
Derek Morrissey is responsible for all of CPA’s Alternative in the Community and Transitional Housing Programs. He also oversees CPA staff and vendors providing services for our two Juvenile Detention Enrichment Programs. Derek has been with CPA since 2010.
Before becoming Program Operations Director in 2019, Derek was the Program Manager for the Hartford AIC and Transitional House. As Program Manager, Mr. Morrissey developed strong relationships with the program’s state funder, often being called upon to lead initiatives focused on risk and recidivism reduction. He also cultivated partnerships within the community with programs such as UCONN’s Urban Service Track, the YWCA, and Copper Beech Institute to better serve participants of the programs.
Derek began his career in criminal justice in 2006, when he worked for the Children’s Home in Cromwell. He joined CPA in 2010 as a shift supervisor for our former SOAR Community Residential Program for boys. Derek later moved to the Hartford AIC as a Case Manager. He was quickly promoted to Supervising Case Manager at the AIC, which he held until becoming the Program Manager.
Derek has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Connecticut. He is certified as a Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Trainer. He also has certifications in CPR/First Aid/Automated External Defibrillator, Medication Administration, Suicide Prevention, Safe Crisis Management, and Motivational Interviewing. In 2016, he participated in the Leadership Greater Hartford’s Quest Program.
Derek enjoys coaching his son Jackson’s youth baseball, basketball, and football teams in his free time.
Designation:Program Operations Director, REGIONS Residential Programs
Dori Santoemma oversees Community Partners in Action’s two REGIONS Residential Programs for boys in Hartford and Hamden. She is responsible for the daily operations of our Staff Secure and Site Secure Juvenile Programs. In less than two years, Dori has opened both programs in the middle of a national pandemic. She has dedicated her career to Criminal Justice and strongly believes that behavior change is possible. She has been with CPA since January 2020.
Before joining Community Partners in Action, Dori served as a Regional Manager for the Connecticut Judicial Branch. She oversaw numerous Adult Probation field offices, including the three largest offices in Hartford, Bridgeport, and New Haven. In that role, Dori partnered with federal, state, and local law enforcement, community agencies, and nonprofits to keep communities safe while improving the quality of life for all.
During her 30 years with the Judicial Branch, Dori was responsible for the oversight and implementation of the Judicial Branch-Court Support Services Division (CSSD) Risk Reduction Plan. She was also appointed to serve as the co-chair for the Employee Wellness Committee for the Judicial Branch Human Capital Initiative.
In 1986, Dori began her career in Juvenile Justice as a Youth Service Officer working directly with adjudicated youth. She later transitioned to CSSD as an Adult Probation Officer. Through her work, she has collaborated with key stakeholders, such as law enforcement, the courts, mental health professionals, and many other community partners.
Dori has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, with a focus in Community Corrections, from the University of New Haven. She served as a Probation Officer for several special projects and pilot programs focused on reducing recidivism and community safety. The projects include the collaborative model for the community management of sex offenders, Project Longevity, The Hartford Shooting Task Force, and other multidisciplinary teams.
Designation:Program Operations Director, Reentry and Community Service Programs
Kayla Callahan oversees our Adult Services, including the Hartford and Waterbury Reentry Welcome Centers, Resettlement Program, Work Release Program, and Community Service Program at Hartford Community Court. Kayla has been Program Operations Director since 2021, and with CPA since 2012.
Prior to her promotion, Kayla was Program Manager for CPA’s Manchester Alternative in the Community (AIC) Program from 2015 to 2021. Under Kayla’s leadership, the staff at the Manchester AIC successfully met program outcomes while embracing a strengths-based culture. This success resulted in high-quality and impactful services for our participants.
In addition to her Program Manager responsibilities, Kayla has taken on many additional duties. She provides oversight for CPA’s services at the Best Chance (reentry career training) Program, operated by lead partner, Capital Workforce Partners. She has also been the agency’s Liaison to several companies providing training and employment for our participants, including Ferguson Electric and Amazon. Kayla has built solid relationships with funders, community partners, and agency staff. She is the ultimate team player, always going above and beyond to meet our participants’ needs and accomplish the tasks at hand.
Kayla joined CPA in 2012 as an Intervention Specialist at the Manchester AIC, where she achieved Program Champion status in all of the intervention groups she facilitated. She later transitioned to Case Manager in Manchester and then moved to our Hartford AIC as Supervising Case Manager before returning to Manchester as the Program Manager.
Kayla graduated from Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She has completed coursework at CCSU that will lead to her master’s degree in Criminal Justice. Kayla serves as Secretary on the Executive Board of the Manchester Community Service Council and is also a member of the Best Chance Program Advisory Council.
Designation:Program Manager, Community Service Program at Hartford Community Court
Deborah Barrows is responsible for coordinating supportive programming and managing the staff and participants completing community projects. Through collaborative relationships with Judges, Attorneys, Court staff, and the Greater Hartford Community, Deborah ensures a positive and impactful experience for participants mandated to participate in a community service project.
Deborah’s philosophy is that the performance of community service can play a vital role in engaging individuals to become reinvested in the community. She believes that supporting community-based prevention and intervention initiatives is a movement toward self-sufficiency in urban communities.
Under her leadership, the Community Service Program has expanded by including more community projects like growing vegetable gardens that produce food donated to food banks and shelters. In addition, she expanded the program’s outreach to include our neighbors experiencing homelessness. Resources such as bringing community agencies onsite were set up at the court to address participants' basic needs “where they are.”
Deborah started with Community Partners in Action in 2006 in our Hartford Area Mediation Program. Later that year, she became Program Manager for the Community Service Program at Hartford Community Court. Before joining CPA, Deborah spent over 20 years in law enforcement with the City of Hartford Police Department. Supporting the philosophy of Community Oriented Policing allowed her to forge partnerships within the community and support grass-root efforts to promote safe and sustainable communities.
Deborah has an associates degree in Liberal Arts from Asnuntuck Community College and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a minor in Social Work from Eastern Connecticut State University. She also has a certificate in the Black Ministries Program from the Hartford International University for Religion and Peace (formerly Hartford Seminary).
In her free time, Deborah also enjoys reading, cooking and gardening
Frances French, M.S
Designation:Program Manager Hamden REGIONS Site Secure program
Frances French oversees all staff and operations for the program. She has been with Community Partners in Action since 2021.
Before joining CPA, Frances had worked with youth in CT Juvenile Detention Centers since the early 2000s. Her experience coordinating with family and guardians, juvenile probation officers, attorneys, social workers, and mental health counselors has been invaluable in the REGIONS Program. While with the Detention Centers, Frances worked as a case manager and counselor, assessing youths’ behavior challenges, mental health risks, family dynamics, and substance use history. She served as an advocate to ensure that each youth’s needs were met and that they were safe and secure while in custody at the Detention Centers. She also facilitated a smooth transition and continuity of care for youth upon release from detention.
Frances’s other past experience includes working as a vocational and domestic violence advocate for families and youth. Through her network, she assisted them with finding employment, on-the-job training, and finding safe living options.
Frances has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a master’s degree in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University.
Designation:Program Manager, Waterbury Reentry Welcome Center
Gordon was named Program Manager in 2021. He is responsible for overseeing the 2021 opening and implementation of our second Reentry Welcome Center. In his role, Gordon meets our participants “where they are” so that person-centered, individualized services are always provided. He also builds and maintains relationships with the Department of Correction and community partners. Previously, Gordon was a Peer-to-Peer Case Manager for CPA’s Hartford Reentry Welcome Center. He has been with Community Partners in Action since 2020.
Since 2011, Gordon has been working to help men and women suffering from the disease of addiction and those with involvement in the criminal justice system. He has held positions within several organizations throughout Connecticut, including the Apt Foundation in New Haven as a clinician in the Parole/Department of Correction Unit.
In 2000, Gordon reentered society from prison with nothing more than a GED, hope, and a plan. He finds it an honor to be the Program Manager of the Waterbury Reentry Welcome Center. Gordon is truly passionate about his work because he believes there is no higher calling than to be of service to one’s fellowman.
Gordon is a Certified Addiction Counselor in CT and a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor nationally. He is continuing his education at the University of Phoenix, majoring in Psychology.
Designation:Program Manager, Prison Arts Program
Jeffrey Greene enjoys a long list of responsibilities with CPA’s Prison Arts Program. In his role, Jeffrey is an advocate, counselor, instructor, designer, curator, conservator, art preparator, grant writer, and spokesperson. Through Prison Arts, Jeffrey encourages, enables, and broadcasts unique, positive, and constructive endeavors within Connecticut’s Correctional Institutions. Annually, Jeffrey works with over 250 incarcerated artists and over 50 “alumni” artists in the outside community. He sees his work as a powerful demonstration of the immense value of hope, creativity, hard work, and diverse opportunities within the criminal justice system. Jeffrey has been with CPA and the Prison Arts Program Manager since 1991.
Recognized nationally and internationally for his experience and accomplishments. Jeffrey curated “How Art Changed the Prison” at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. He also organized artwork from Connecticut prisons for inclusion in Harper’s Magazine and The Washington Post Sunday Magazine. In addition, Jeffrey lectures widely about his work for Community Partners in Action.
Jeffrey Greene has a bachelor’s degree in Studio Arts from Hamilton College. He was a recipient of a 2020 Vision Award for Arts & Education from the Charter Oak Cultural Center.
In addition to his work in prisons, Jeffrey has organized visual arts and audio projects in the outside community with the homeless and formerly homeless and with children. In 2011, he co-curated the landmark exhibition Transeuphoria in New York City, focusing on the work of transgender artists. His musical projects have led him all over the world, earning “Single of the Week” in the NME (New Musical Express Magazine) and The London Times, as well as a coveted “Peel Session” on the BBC. His latest group is named Famous Problems.
Kat Hannah, MS
Designation:Program Manager Hartford REGIONS Program
Kat Hannah oversees all operations for the REGIONS program in Hartford. She joined Community Partners in Action in 2022.
Kat has a unique background that entails both residential services and college sports. Before joining Community Partners in Action, she was Head Women’s Ice Hockey Coach and oversaw Ice Hockey Operations at both Johnson and Wales University (two seasons) and Lindenwood University (four seasons). She was named USA Hockey Coach of the Year for 2016-2017.
Before her college coaching career, Kat was Residential Program Director at The Open Hearth in Hartford from 2009 to 2015. She was directly in charge of operations for 115 residential beds over three different programs for men: a 42 bed halfway house, a 45-bed transitional living program, and a 28-bed shelter. Kat now serves on the Corporate Board for The Open Hearth.
Kat has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration and Management from Lindenwood University. In addition, she has several training certifications, including First Aid/CPR, Limited English Proficiency, Mandated Reporter, Cultural Competency for Behavioral Health Professionals, CHRO Sexual Harassment Training, Medication Certification, and Safe Crisis Management.
A native of Canada, Kat is an accomplished athlete. She played baseball with the women’s national team for Team Canada for ten years. In addition, Kat was on the swim team and was an ice hockey star in college. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Lindenwood University and had her hockey jersey number retired. Kat is also an avid animal lover who owns two Pitbull dogs.
Designation:Program Manager, Manchester Alternative in the Community Program (AIC)
Leslie Centeno oversees the management and direction of the Manchester Alternative in the Community Program. In her role, she is responsible for ensuring that the AIC provides high-quality services that support each participant’s successful completion of the program. Leslie has been with CPA since 1999.
Before becoming Program Manager, Leslie was the Reintegration Mentor for CPA’s Hartford REGIONS Residential Treatment Program for boys. She worked with the participants and their families to prepare for their return home after the program. Leslie coordinated with the program’s treatment team, planned weekly outings, helped youth obtain employment and other services, and planned weekly visits by family members. She also continued to assist participants after their discharge from the program.
Over the years, Leslie has demonstrated her versatility by working in several CPA programs. She originally joined CPA in 1999 as an intern for the Young Offenders Program. Leslie went on to work in our Hartford AIC, Hartford Mediation Program, Work Release Program, Community Service Program at Hartford Community Court, and Hartford REGIONS Program before becoming Program Manager for the Manchester AIC. In addition, she has lent her expertise to several CPA committees, including the Safety Committee and Incentive Committee.
Outside of work, Leslie is a long-time volunteer and donor with the American Red Cross and was on the Planning Committee for the 2017 Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. In addition, she enjoys planning family events, reunions, and weddings.
Leslie has an Associate of Applied Science degree in Fashion Design and Merchandising from Gibbs College.
Designation:Program Manager, Waterbury Alternative in the Community Program and Transitional Housing Program
Mike LaBianca oversees the management and direction of the Waterbury AIC and Transitional House. He has been with CPA since 2003.
Mike is trained in Motivational Interviewing, Strategic Case Management and several other trainings relevant to participant engagement and treating people who are justice-involved. He also has attended several training sessions to support his development as a leader. His experience positions him to ensure that the Waterbury AIC and the Transitional House provide high quality services that support each participant’s successful completion of the program.
Mike started with the CPA as the Community Service Coordinator for CPA’s Hartford AIC and later was promoted to Case Manager. He then moved to CPA’s Waterbury AIC to become the Supervising Case Manager, a position he held until he was named Program Manager in 2016.
Mike holds an associate’s degree in Criminology from Tunxis Community College and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Central Connecticut State University.
Designation:Program Manager Work Release Program
Sonia Rodriguez oversees the operation and management of the 24 bed Work Release Program for men transitioning to the community from prison. She became Program Manager in 2019 and has been with CPA since 1999.
Sonia has developed an impressive range of skills and knowledge since joining CPA. Her first position was as Administrative Assistant for the New Britain Alternative in the Community (AIC). Sonia left CPA for a short time to become the Recovery Manager and Basic Needs Coordinator for Intercommunity Detox. Sonia returned to CPA in 2004 as the Resource Coordinator for the Technical Violation Unit for the New Britain AIC. In 2005, Sonia was promoted to After-Care Case Manager for the Work Release Program, where she helped the residents prepare to live independently and facilitated the Thinking for a Change group curriculum.
Sonia continued her growth with CPA when she was promoted in 2008 to Residential Manager for the Hartford Transitional Housing Program. She was responsible for the supervision, safety, and security of 57 men in two residential programs in the same building: the Transitional House and the Work Release Program. Sonia also supervised the Hartford AIC community service component and the Regional Transportation Unit for the Hartford AIC.
Designation:Program Manager, Hartford Reentry Welcome Center and Resettlement Program
Virginia “Virg” Lewis manages the reentry services hub in Hartford, which consists of the Reentry Welcome Center and Resettlement Program. She was instrumental in the planning, launch, and successful operation of the Reentry Welcome Center, the first one in the City of Hartford. Virg has been with Community Partners in Action since 1997.
Before her current position, Virg was Program Manager for CPA’s Resettlement Program from 2016 to 2018. Under Virg’s leadership, the program expanded its workforce development services and staffing with the support of new local, federal, and private funding.
Virg joined CPA in 1997 as a Substance Abuse Counselor for the new federally-funded partnership project with AIDS Project Hartford and Latino Community Service to provide substance abuse and mental health services for people living with HIV/AIDS. Within two years, she was promoted to Program Manager for that program. When the federal funding ended, Virg was promoted to Assistant Program Manager of Hartford Alternative in the Community Program (AIC) and, within six months, to Program Manager. After seven years at the Hartford AIC, Virg briefly retired from CPA in July 2015 but returned later as a Job Developer. She then became Program Manager for the Resettlement Program in 2016.
Virg graduated from Tuskegee University with a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and an associate’s degree in Drug Counseling.