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Black History Month

Celebrating Black Women In The Recovery Community

POWER believes that diversity, in the broadest sense, benefits everyone. Every day. We also recognize that the accomplishments and contributions of Black and African-American people are underrepresented in our collective narrative. Black History Month is an opportunity to tell a more equitable story about who we are, and how we got here.

These are just a few of the Black women making a difference in our community.

Making History at POWER: Princess Shavers

Some say she is the driving force within the walls of the Power House. Princess Shavers emits a sophisticated professionalism, always maintaining her composure and dignity. One witnessing her demeanor and character can only be more impressed by her dedicated work ethic. It is no secret that things run smoothly when this Senior Administrative Assistant is on the job.

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Making History at POWER: Sheena Moore

Sheena handles intake and orientation for all new POWER House residents. Then she continues to work with them by coordinating medical appointments, housing opportunities, and other resources the women need as they build their new lives.

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Making History at POWER: Kelli Perkins

Kelli is passionate about giving to others. Whether it’s buying a gift, sharing her delicious recipes and cooking skills, or giving words of encouragement; she believes that it’s the little things in life that make people happy. If she can make at least one person happy then her deed for the day is done!

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