This week, April 19-25, is National Volunteer Week! Each day we’ll be sharing about the wonderful volunteers who make our work possible.
Today’s volunteer in the spotlight is Elizabeth Pulido! Elizabeth is the Children’s Mental Health Case Management Intern. “Elizabeth has a positive attitude all the time. She is an eager learner and willing to do what it takes to get the work done. She is a great contribution to our Mental Health Department. The compassion she shows to the participants she works with has been incredible and she does a good job at communicating with families and coordinating services for them.” said the supervisor Vianey Torres.
Here’s what Elizabeth had to say about what CLUES means to her: “CLUES represents my family, the people in my life that have worked so hard so that I could have a successful future. They focus not just on developing the Latino community, but also on being the support that some may not have. Latino power will drive the American economy in the years to come, and I want to help in developing our Latino leaders and growing our community together!”
Thank you for all you do, Elizabeth! Stay tuned throughout the week for more volunteer spotlights.