Development Coordinator, Naomi Suguitan

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As the daughter of a 27-year career Army veteran who served two tours in OEF/OIF, and a military spouse of an active duty service member, Naomi has experienced first-hand how untreated PTSD, an invisible wound, can affect an individual, their marriage, and family life, both in the short-term and long-term.  Her familial experience ultimately led her to pursue a BA in Psychology with the hopes of one day having the opportunity to give back and work with veterans and families like her own.

 

Naomi is excited to bring her personal experience and skills to fulfill her 10-year in the making career dream and, more importantly, being a part of the TWC team in providing a healing avenue to so many in need.

 

When she's not working, Naomi chases around two very rambunctious little girls, goes on spontaneous adventures with her family, listens to podcasts, and reads. She also spends late nights watching Asian dramas and volunteers for grassroots domestic violence organizations. While primarily from Waipahu, Hawaii, Naomi is now enjoying the cool air in the Pacific Northwest.

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