Thank you for being a Turning Point
My last week at MSPCC coincided with our annual Turning Points dinner. For 10 years, the evening has been my chance to showcase MSPCC’s good work.
This year was no exception.
Chaisek Flores, Malika Magliore, and Leticia Demello, three MSPCC Home Visitors, shared why they chose to do this work and how it has made a difference in their lives and those they serve. As I listened to these exceptional women, I realized this is what I will miss most about MSPCC.
It has been a privilege and an honor to work with dedicated individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and families.
In April, I will become the Undersecretary of Human Services for Governor Healey’s Administration and while I am excited for this new chapter in my life, I will always remain deeply grateful to each of you for championing MSPCC’s mission, advocating for our cause, and donating to our work.