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Child Welfare Appreciation: Da’Zaha Jackson of DISC Village

Da’zaha Jackson graduated from Florida A&M University with her bachelor’s degree in social work in 2022. Ms. Jackson decided child welfare because she has a passion for advocating for children/families in need. She believes that all it takes is one person to step in and truly help to change lives and make a lasting impact.

Da’zaha’s been a dedicated case manager at Disc Village for 11 months. She enjoys all that she does. Her favorite part of being a social worker is knowing that she’s helping someone and making difference in the lives of her families.

We appreciate the work you are doing for the children in our community! Thank you, Da’Zaha.

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