Jennifer Hancock, President and CEO of Volunteers of America Mid-States, helps us explore the world of non-profits and how millennials can give back to their communities.
Ever want to get involved in your community but didn't know where to begin? Check out this episode to learn what you can do as a millennial to make a difference.
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Louisville, Kentucky native, Jennifer Hancock is the President and CEO of Volunteers of America of Mid-States. Jennifer earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in social work from the University of Kentucky, where she developed the foundation for her career dedicated to social justice and serving those who most need our community’s support and advocacy. She has done that in multiple capacities over the past 20 years including the past ten years with Volunteers of America Mid-States. Jennifer also operates a private practice in mental health counseling services and is Adjunct Faculty at the University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work. In addition to all of this, Jennifer gives her time as a board and committee member to Kentucky Children’s Justice Act Task Force, State of Kentucky Corrections Commission, The Leadership Louisville Center, Community Shield, and as an Advisory Council Member of Young Professionals Association of Louisville.