Co-Founder Shares Her Story in Columbus Dispatch

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“Sadly, the declining number of refugees admitted for resettlement has forced the downsizing of agencies like ours that rely on culturally competent expertise, built over years of working closely with refugee populations. This expertise cannot be replaced overnight, nor can it be developed in a vacuum.” Nadia Kasvin, our co-founder and director, wrote an opinion piece for the Columbus Dispatch about the danger of slashing refugee admissions. She reflects on her personal experience as a refugee and urges the administration to support the resettlement process. Read it here.