Volunteering is something I do because helping others is good. Taking the time to serve others is how I reflect God’s love best.
Year after year, I continued believing in myself and kept trying. As time passed, I could see myself getting into a grove. Balance is essential for me.
This post is not an endorsement for any organization.
Currently I serve as the First Vice President of the North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers, I a member of the State Executive Committee for the North Carolina Democratic Party, I am Vice Chair for my precinct, I chaired the Unity Breakfast for the Democratic Women of Wake County in 2018, I am chairing the Unity Breakfast for 2019, and I am a Lawyer on The Line Volunteer for Legal Aid of North Carolina. The culture of my firm includes community service days.
I don’t recall a time in my life when I wasn’t serving other. Even as a child, our family prioritized community service. What I do know is this; flaws and all, God loves me and is proud of the way I reflect his message.
To find others who share my passion and do good with is volunteer goals. #thrusaleizeyes #atribeformoms #communityservice #communitybeginsathome #teamwork
My parents and sister at the 2018 NCDP Unity Dinner. My sister and I are both attorneys.
North Carolina Association of Black Lawyers Leaders pictured w/ Keynote speaker Bakare Sellers at the 2018 Minority Outreach Conference.
Bowens & Averhart, PLLC team
Wake Co. Precinct 01-44 Leaders pictures with Wake County Dem Chair Rebecca Llewelyn and our keynote speaker from Common Cause.
Wake County Democratic Party Leadership team
Members of NCCU Class of 2009 at the 2018 Minority Outreach Conference
Democratic Women of Wake County Leaders and volunteers for the 2018 Unity Breakfast