Adoption in Latin America
Beth Perez: Beth joined the Lifeline staff in August 2011. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Mobile in 2008 and continued her education at the University of Alabama, where she received a Master’s in Social Work in 2011. Beth is a licensed social worker and works with Lifeline’s Latin American program. She became a TBRI Practitioner in 2012. Beth has had the opportunity to travel overseas to several countries in Central & South America, Africa, Europe, and Asia. This has caused her to have a growing passion to serve others in foreign contexts for God’s glory. Beth firmly believes that God has blessed her with the exciting opportunity to serve children and families of all nations through working here at Lifeline.
Ferrah Poe: Ferrah joined the Lifeline team in 2016 and is part of the Latin America department. She graduated from The University of Alabama at Birmingham with her Bachelors of Social Work. Ferrah feels called to work with children and has a passion for Latin American culture. She is fluent in Spanish and enjoys using her gifts to help further the gospel. She is grateful for Lifeline and their heart to share the hope of Christ and make the Gospel known.
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