Heidi is currently the PAL Coordinator for the CBC PAL program at the Casper Boxing Club. She has been instrumental in fostering good relationships between the Casper Boxing Club, the Evansville Police Department, and the youth in the PAL program. Her passion for families and children has certainly been the drive within her, as she is committed to her family and the community. Despite her busy schedule, she still manages to fulfill her dreams as a wife and a mother. She is a person of notable character, a community leader of excellence. She leads by example and inspires others to do the same. She previously worked for the Self Help Center, where her positions as a Crisis Advocate, a Volunteer Coordinator and Americorp Supervisor proved her diligence in leadership skills. Her position and interest with the Parent Leadership Training Institute “PLTI”, as a Site Coordinator also proved success as she skillfully developed the program here in Natrona County, where she obtained remarkable results as she had achieved proficiency in helping the families in the community. And now as he persists with her passion and dedication to the community, she has successfully opened a daycare in Evansville. Her doors will be open November 1st and I am fully confident that she will meet the needs of the families that will look to her, and her staff for the best childcare available. She will not only meets state standards, but rest assured she will raise the bar to provide the best quality, principles, and values for the children in her care at “Wonderfully Made Childcare"
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