Stephanie joined CWS Greensboro in 2011 with a professional background in mental health. Since joining CWS she has served as a refugee case manager, resettlement coordinator, and education services coordinator, beginning her term as director in July 2015. Stephanie’s passion lies in bringing people together to advocate for changes that will make our community a more welcoming place for all. She has taken her passion to DC and lobbied for immigration reform; coordinated community outreach efforts such as the Mosaic Festival series, and is currently leading CWS-Greensboro in building co-sponsorship opportunities.
Legal Services Coordinator
English, conversational Spanish, and beginners Arabic
Megan Shepard is the Education Coordinator, who has lived in Greensboro for the past seven years. Originally from Florida, Megan moved to Greensboro to attend the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she studied art history and anthropology. After several volunteer opportunities working with refugees and immigrants and serving with AmeriCorps ACCESS, Megan continues to pursue her passion in serving others and working with people from all over the world.
Volunteer Coordinator (AmeriCorps ACCESS Member)
Fa Ri Dar Bi
Senior Refugee Case Manager
English, Burmese, Karen
Refugee Case Manager
English, Kiswahili, Kinyarwanda
Stephanie Molino Lina
Refugee Case Aide
Intensive Housing Cultural Orientation Specialist (Refugee AmeriCorps Member)
Employment Education Instructor (AmeriCorps ACCESS Member)
Nathan Arrington spent 18 years growing up in Greensboro before leaving for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He completed a BA in Public Policy and Contemporary European Studies, focusing on non-profit work. Nathan is working to increase job and business opportunities for new arrivals and refugees in the Greensboro area.
Employment Coach (AmeriCorps ACCESS Member)
Citizenship/ESOL Instructor (High Point)
Citizenship/ESOL Instructor (Greensboro)