Tumbleweed adds two to staff

2014-03-23T00:00:00Z Tumbleweed adds two to staff The Billings Gazette
March 23, 2014 12:00 am

Tumbleweed has added two to its staff — Sabrina Currie and Cody Jackson.

Currie has been appointed Tumbleweed’s development director. She mobilizes resources to create reflections of support, love and safety for runaway, homeless and at-risk youth. Currie graduated from Montana State University Billings with a bachelor's of science degree in sociology and has worked with teens and adults for more than 10 years in a variety of settings, including rehabilitation counseling, life skills education and marketing. Currie has been instrumental in implementing Tumbleweed’s housing programs for homeless youth.

Jackson, as Tumbleweed’s program operations manager, will oversee Tumbleweed’s operations to ensure that runaway, homeless and at-risk youth receive the services that meet their needs. He will also be developing and implementing new programs. Jackson studied at Eugene Bible College and is a graduate of Berean University with a bachelor of arts degree in pastoral studies/counseling with a minor in youth ministry. He has experience working with youth and has been in management roles for more than 10 years.

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