September 09, 2011Winston-Salem, NC –
Crisis Control Ministry recently hired two new staff members and has been assigned a nine-month intern from the Abraham Project.
Bailey Dempsey has joined the staff as the Breaking the Cycle Long-term Case Manager. She joined Crisis Control as a volunteer interviewer in October 2007. Originally from New Orleans, Bailey studied graphic design at Louisiana State University and formerly owned a small business with her husband, Dan.
Shari Herman joined the pharmacy as a certified pharmacy tech. Shari previously worked for Rite Aid in Lexington.
Emily Menter is a recent graduate of Ohio State University with a degree in Fine Arts: Photography. She is an intern with The Abraham Project of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, a project of the Episcopal Service Corps, and is assigned to the pharmacy at Crisis Control.
Now in its 38th year and with offices in Winston-Salem and Kernersville, Crisis Control Ministry is a 4-star rated nonprofit whose mission is to assist people in crisis to meet essential life needs and to become self-sufficient. Crisis Control Ministry also offers a food pantry and licensed free pharmacy for Forsyth County residents. For more information, go to www.crisiscontrol.org. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/crisiscontrolministry.
For more information contact:
Judie Holcomb-Pack, APR
P.R. & Marketing Coordinator
Phone: 336-724-7875, ext. 1040 Cell: 336-971-1004