Marybeth provides trauma-informed aftercare and builds resources for immigrant and labor trafficking survivors.
Marybeth’s desire from a young age, to love those who felt unloved and help those in need, steered her towards a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Social Work from Middle Tennessee State University. She has experience working in a group home for juvenile delinquents, at Rutherford County with sexually abused children and their families, and in a Venezuelan orphanage, teaching English and being a house mother. All the difference places and people she encountered, strengthened her desire to pour into people. Working at End Slavery TN is a dream come true; the opportunity to build positive relationships every day and work one-on-one with people is a true blessing.
In her free time, Marybeth enjoys kayaking, traveling, and spending time with her family. She also loves fishing with her grandpa, reading books, and watching reruns of The Office.