New Faces at DMC

DMC is pleased to introduce our newest employees:
Ruth Cho is our new ADRC Community Living Advocate. Ruth has experience helping clients find housing and navigating the coordinated entry system. She has a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and brings with her a passion and dedication for supporting people in need. As the ADRC Community Living Advocate, Ruth will support seniors and individuals with disabilities in making informed choices about long-term services and supports with the goal of maintaining community-based living.
Please welcome Olivia, the ADRC Benefits Specialist. Olivia has a background in human resources and is looking to transfer her knowledge of benefits to the nonprofit realm. Olivia is excited to join DMC in serving the aging and disability community. As the ADRC Benefits Specialist, Olivia will assist consumers with determining eligibility and applying for public benefits in addition to providing enhanced benefits counseling.

DMC is also excited to introduce two interns for the fall semester, Cynthia Kendrick and Rachel Riray. Both are interning in our Deaf Services program and are students in the master’s program for Rehabilitation Counseling at California State University San Bernardino. 
Cynthia’s future goals are to work together with people to reach their personal, academic and occupational goals. She is the proud mom of three wonderful kids and is very excited to be interning at DMC. 
Rachael’s career goal is to provide full support to Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals who are facing barriers to their independence. She enjoys spending time with her family and pets. She is mom for two English Bulldogs and a Princess Potbelly Pig.

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