Voices of Hope (voicesofhopelincoln.org) would like to introduce their new executive director, Natalie Roberts-Day. Natalie started with the team on January 3 of this year.
Natalie joins the team with a strong background in helping the community. She worked as a site coordinator for an after-school program for resilient youth in St. Paul before returning to Lincoln to serve as a children’s advocate at Friendship Home, then became the associate executive director at YMCA Camp Kitaki. She graduated from Hamline University with degrees in English and gender studies, and minors in Spanish and sociology.
Joining Voices of Hope came naturally for Natalie because she has been volunteering with their crisis line for the past five years. She feels strongly about advocating to end violence, so the nonprofit welcomes her with open arms.
Voices of Hope provides services to all genders who are victims to domestic violence, sexual assault, sex trafficking, incest, or other forms of abuse. They also assist victims’ families and supporters. All of their services are free and confidential. If you have questions about the organization, reach out to Resource Development Coordinator, Yaquelin Lizarraga, at (402) 476-2110 / firstname.lastname@example.org.