See current and former foster youth’s true worth. – Kathy J.
Quickly read a kitchen and open the silverware drawer on the first try. – Ashley M.
Relate to all the families, children, and cases I touch. I know the print I’m leaving on each life. – Sheila F.
Befriend people easily, but also can cut from people who are not good for my life. – Shaina B.
Be a responsible citizen, and provide positivity and compassion to the work in my work and daily life. – Jacob G.
Be the woman, the mother, and the wife that I am today! Love, encourage, and support others to never give up on their dreams and that your past does not need to define your future! – Danielle N.
Show my kids that families come in all shapes and sizes. There is no one way to have a family. – Jessica K.
Have a heads up on the true meaning of life and meaning of the soul. – Jacob G.
I see big problems as small obstacles. – Gerald B.
See a dozen different ways my life could have gone horribly wrong, but the right person always stepped in at the right moment, to keep me on track. – Jackie L.
Go to college without being in debt yet. – Grace L.
See my sister graduate high school and me get my associate’s degree. – Margaret A.
Understand the importance of mental health and be an asset to the community after graduate school. – Mercedes R.
Pack boxes to move like an expert. Adapt quickly to any new situation. Absorb the depths of others pain with enormous empathy and without any shock factor. Be a leader in crisis when everyone feels out of control. Identify and find ways to access resources that help me succeed. – Cazzie B.
Have empathy for the at risk kids that I work with and never ever write them off – LaTisha B.