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Our Amazing Volunteers

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Hannah Ball (She/Her)

Content Writer

"I write for Together Estranged about topics related to estrangement including mental health, religion, low-contact relationships, and more. I am passionate about providing support and validation to those who have gone through estrangement and sharing what I have learned through my own estrangement experience."

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Amanda Chau (She/Her)

Content Writer

"I have a passion for aiding several communities that struggle with mental, physical, social, and emotional health. Being part of Together Estranged gives me a great opportunity to hone my skills in research to destigmatize mental health within the estranged community."

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Kelsey Jackson-Porter (She/Her/They/Them)

Operations Team Lead

"I’ve witnessed estrangement through the eyes of someone else and my goal is to make sure that anyone who is going through this experience knows that they have support."

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Jamie Berg
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Social Media Lead

Jamie Berg (any pronouns) is an experienced Social Media Coordinator with a background in advertising, public relations, copywriting, and event-planning. Jamie graduated from Emerson College with a B.A. in Writing, Literature, & Publishing in 2020 and shortly after, published their first book I Won't Give You Daffodils, a poetry collection that documents the narrator's experience with familial trauma, femmehood, and mental health. Jamie is an artist-activist who heavily focuses on intersectional LGBTQ+ rights and awareness.

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Paige Pope (She/Her/Hers)

Social Media Volunteer

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"I volunteer on the Together Estranged social media team. I'm passionate about doing whatever I can to help people who have been estranged know they are not alone and have a community they can lean on."