People-person, fiercely loyal, passionate about making others feel seen, heard, and understood, storyteller
Likes: Being with my circus of family, candy, deep laughter, purposeful conversations, Netflix
Dislikes: Chocolate (weird, I know.) being late, clutter, chaos
Embo grew up in and out of the foster care system that she is hopeful to change. In addition to the foster homes and group homes that Embo and her three siblings found themselves in from time to time, she has made home in cars, homeless shelters and women’s shelters. After living in over twenty five different homes and attending over twenty five different schools, Embo is committed to helping children and teens in the foster care system realize they are much more than their circumstances, and she seeks to equip those who are aging out for a future beyond high school.
Upon graduating from high school, Embo interned at NorthWood Church in Keller, where she served as a student associate pastor for two years. Embo is currently pursuing a degree in integrative studies with a focus on public relations, marketing and communications at University of North Texas, with plans to pursue a Master’s of Social Work.