Family Support Specialist
Patricia, a proud Lebanese-American, found her true purpose in supporting at-risk children through foster care and adoption. Alongside her husband, they became licensed foster parents upon arriving in the States in 2019. They started advocating for the transformational power of fostering and adopting.
She is a devoted mother to three incredible neurodivergent children. This has given her firsthand experience in navigating the complex world of resources for children with special needs, disabilities, and developmental delays, in addition to advocating for their rights to secure the support they deserve.
Recognizing the impact of trauma, she wholeheartedly embraces Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) to support her children and foster placements through challenging journeys. She has had the privilege of witnessing firsthand the healing it has brought to her children and the strong ties it has created between the members of her family.
Patricia has a Bachelor's in Business Administration from Middle East University, Lebanon, and is planning on continuing her pursuit of a Master's in Organizational Leadership at Columbia International University upon completing the remarkable journey of adopting her current foster daughter with her loving family. She has spent that last decade working alongside her husband in supporting and leading 10/40 Hope Missions Inc.- a Christian International Missions Organization.