Sconza is from from Slidell, Louisiana and earmed her B.S. in Psychology from Louisiana State University in 2008. She now resides in Athens and is a graduate student at the University of Georgia in the Master’s of Social Work program. Most recently, Sonza has worked in experimental health psychology and neuropsychological testing. She hopes to work with children and teenagers in schools and other at risk populations in the future.
Mariah Moran: Intern for Family Time Visitation
Moran is a graduate student at the University of Georgia, pursuing a Master of Social Work. She fell in love with social advocacy and cultural social issues after teaching abroad in Syria and South Korea for several years. Moran plans to pursue a PhD in Social Policy and teach at the collegiate level. She enjoys watching movies, cooking, and going to the gym.
Chris Stokes: Intern for Family Time Child Support Engagement
Stokes is a graduate student at the University of Georgia, where he is getting his J.D. from the UGA School of Law and his MSW from the School of Social Work. After graduating in 2012 he plans on traveling and doing philanthropic activities before entering the workforce full time. He is interested in being an advocate for children and elderly rights and he plans on pursuing a career that will allow him to do both of these things. In his spare time Stokes enjoys exercising indoors, going to concerts, and watching romantic comedies.
Erin Parks: Intern for Children First
Parks is a senior Telecommunication Arts and Sociology double-major, graduating in May 2010. She obtained her New Media Certificate in December 2009 from the UGA New Media Institute, and will be working on special media projects for the non-profit organization Children First, Inc. Parks is very passionate about exposing the truth through film and plans to make documentary films in the future.