|After studying social work and intercultural studies, I moved to Uganda in 2009 to work with an organization focused on community development through the provision of training. Throughout these past seven years,
I’ve loved being able to invest deeply in people and communities.In December 2015, the organization closed, but God opened up a position for me with Sole Hope.
The idea of joining this team was really exciting to me. I love the heart of Sole Hope’s mission and what it means for Ugandans. I also knew that this job would offer new opportunities to build relationships and invest in others in a meaningful way.
I have now been working with Sole Hope for almost three weeks and I am even more excited about what’s to come. The staff has been incredibly welcoming to me and I have loved seeing them educate and care for people in the field.
I am also looking forward to seeing the outreach house in action in the near future.
I am thankful for the journey that brought me to Sole Hope, and I know this is going to be a wonderful adventure!”