Meet our current Natural Caregivers working with families on the Near Westside of Indianapolis!
I joined the MCCOY family because of my passion to assist individuals and their families with self-sustainability and to transform their lives. I have five years of experience in the non-profit sector as a case manager providing advocacy, referrals and resources to veterans, families experiencing homelessness and trauma and individuals living with HIV. This experience has provided me with a passion for restoring hope and dignity to individuals and their families that are in need of assistance. I am studying at Walden University for a dual degree, B.S. in Human Services/Criminal Justice. In my down time, I enjoy traveling, reading and spending time with family.
What drives me to work for MCCOY is my desire to serve and help those around me. I believe change can come from within the community and what better way to assist than to be in this position. I have several years of experience working as a case manager for families in need of assistance in central Indiana. I also have experience working as therapist for children with autism, where I assisted them with getting to developmental milestones. I look forward to assisting more families and getting to know the people of the community.
Her passion is to serve those in the community who need services. She also has a great desire to give support and assist the greater Indianapolis communities to better serve society. Working at MCCOY will provide her with a vast range of opportunities and skills associated to obtaining her desired objective. Jacqueline brings to this foundation more than ten years of customer service and administration skills, including managing and finance experiences. Jacqueline also is a volunteer (team leader) for the R.O.S.E.S (Respecting One Self Spiritual Enthusiastically) Organization. Jacqueline pursued her formal educational through the University of Phoenix. She has obtained her Bachelor’s Degree of Science with the concentration of Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree of Science with the concentration of Psychology. She is also a member of alumni students at the University of Phoenix. Jacqueline has expressed that working for MCCOY will give her the opportunity to give back what has been freely given to her and she looks forward to serving the neighbors in the community.