Advocates are the heart and soul behind Carson’s Village. They provide guided assistance to families who are navigating the myriad of tasks that must be completed when a loved one passes.
Chelsea is a graduate student at The University of Texas at Arlington School of Social Work. Her education and career have always focused on her passion for supporting and empowering family systems. She uses her growing knowledge and skill set to inform services, to support, and to guide families through the Carson’s Village process.
“I am dedicated to meeting families with empathy, identifying their needs, and advocating for them to ensure those needs are met.”
I recently graduated from Our Lady of the Lake University, where I obtained my master’s in social work. I obtained my master’s in social work after working with children in crisis through the State of Nevada’s -Mobile Crisis Response Team. While working for them I witnessed firsthand the lack of bilingual therapist for children in need. I feel everyone should have a safe person they can connect with in their own dialect.
I reside in Las Vegas, Nevada and have been here for the past 15 years, I love the hot weather. I am married and have two beautiful children. I enjoy spending time with my family and loved ones, traveling, swimming and binge-watching true crimes.
Born and raised in Wisconsin and completed my Bachelors in Social Work at Northern Michigan University and my Masters in Social work at The University of South Carolina-Columbia.
We are a military family so I have had the opportunity to serve communities not only in Northern Michigan but also Charleston, SC, Oahu Hawaii, and now in Southern California.
I approach every family, patient, and client with a person-centered approach. I strongly believe in meeting those in need where they are at and providing empathy, compassion, and support. I am passionate about advocating for others, connecting people with resources, and helping them find community where they need it.
I am a dog-mom. In my free time, I enjoy reading, photography, crafting, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.
I am a Louisiana State University college graduate, and have completed my Master’s degree program in Social Work from Southern University of New Orleans. Along with being a practicing social worker in Louisiana, I am also licensed in Illinois.
My experience includes working in the medical field with hospice agencies, rare disease organizations, care management, and inpatient facilities. My focus has always been to be available to people in need, and to provide support to those who have nowhere else to turn.
I am a dog mom of 2 senior pups, Binx and Brax. In my spare time, I cherish spoiling and spending as much time with them as possible.
My name is Elizabeth D., I was born and raised in southern California. I obtained my Bachelor’s degree from Cal State University, Fullerton and later graduated with a Master’s degree in Human Behavior. My great passion is helping children and families. I have worked with children in dependency & delinquency court and have also served families with developmental disabilities. I am currently working in the mental health sector.
I am a mom of two boys. I enjoy spending time with my family camping and hiking at National Parks.
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