Lydia Tate has happily called Waco home since 2011, after spending most of her life in the Houston area. After graduating from Houston Baptist University with her degree in Music Education, she was offered an opportunity to expand her passion for women’s ministry via Sigma Phi Lambda as their first national Executive Director. There she honed her skills in organizational management and expanded her knowledge of the nonprofit sector. She is inspired by her return to working full time in women’s ministry at CWJC and looks forward to great things in her role as Executive Director. She would love to share conversation with you over a warm beverage and chat about the mission of CWJC and how you can be a part of this great organization’s vision. Lydia can also be found singing, playing piano, playing board games, and serving at her church, Calvary Baptist. She also enjoys life with her husband, David, their three sons, and their amazing dog, Cami.
Sara is a CWJC Alumni from Waco, TX. Sara graduated with her Bachelors in social work from Tarleton State University. Sara has served the Waco community since 2006 in various roles and capacities such as STARS Mentoring Project, Grace House Women’s recovery home, and MHMR. She has worked with families in the foster care system and families with open CPS cases through the Department of Family Protective Services in various roles assisting with investigations, Family Base Safety Services, Conservatorship, Family Group Decision Making, and Psych Hospital liaison for children in foster care. Sara is an active member of Antioch Community Church where she has served in the youth ministry, overseas missions, and guest services. Sara is passionate about working with individuals who have experienced trauma and who want to be equipped, empowered, and transformed by the healing power of Jesus. Sara enjoys going to ball games, traveling, learning, and having meaningful conversations over a cup of coffee!
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