Catch the Wave of Hope names new Director
The Board of Directors of Catch the Wave of Hope (CWH) has announced the appointment of Sarah Marie Henry, BSW, as Community Development Director.
Henry is a Certified Child Welfare Licensing Professional in the State of Florida, as well as a Certified CSEC (Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children) trainer. Most recently, she was Foster Care Supervisor for 4KIDS of South Florida.
She has a B.A. from Palm Beach Atlantic University, with a major in Christian Social Ministry (Social Work). Henry has certifications in Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and as a Child Welfare Licensing Professional Certification.
With more than seven years’ experience in the fields of non-profit, sales, child welfare, missions, advocacy and leadership, Henry is uniquely qualified to help human trafficking survivors.
Catch the Wave of Hope is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit working locally to prevent sex trafficking of children through awareness, education, restoration and legislation.
Established in 2016, CWH works locally to prevent sex trafficking of children through awareness, education, restoration and legislation.
Under the leadership of Henry and the board, a new initiative has been announced by the organization.
Kelly Laurine, board chair, says “One of the areas of focus we plan to have in 2022 is helping train foster parents to identify signs of trafficking. Sarah’s unique experience working with both trafficking survivors and in the foster care community will help us design and implement this important initiative to protect vulnerable children in our community.”