with Sommer Gilliam and Guiding Foster Children with Kathleen Prest and Jennifer Lewis and Rabbi Mark
Religion and faith isn’t the only thing discussed on The Interfaith Roundtable. This discussion is focused on community work and how the ideals of helping and aiding those around us coincides with faith or is an off-shoot of it.
Sommer Gilliam combined her love of community with her love of creating. The owner of Kreeative Kreations in Hagerstown, Maryland, Sommer creates not only beautiful hairstyles, but also soulful and delicious treats. As a director of The Washington County Black Professionals Network, Sommer lives a life of uplifting those around her, while also chasing her own dreams. She tells her story and why she does what she does.
In the second half, Rabbi Mark is joined by Kathleen Prest, a social worker who works to train foster families with San Mar Treatment Foster Care, as well as Jennifer Lewis, a fellow congregate and clinical social worker as well as the Director of Treatment Foster Care for San Mar Family and Community Services. These two ladies discuss the importance of stability and love for foster children, as well as detail the work they do in helping in transitions and guiding them in life.