Community Forum Interview

Clare Feighan, DTL’s donor relations manager, and Fernanda Martinez, former DTL student and current receptionist and office assistant, were featured on the Mckenzie River Broadcasting community forum with host Tracy Berry. They talked about the different programs DTL offers and how they work to strengthen the community by empowering immigrant families. Students learn English and other skills that help them succeed, and with that, gain the confidence to pursue educational and professional opportunities that may have been out of reach before.

Community Forum Interview

Clare Feighan, DTL’s donor relations manager, and Fernanda Martinez, former DTL student and current receptionist and office assistant, were featured on the Mckenzie River Broadcasting community forum with host Tracy Berry. They talked about the different programs DTL offers and how they work to strengthen the community by empowering immigrant families. Students learn English and other skills that help them succeed, and with that, gain the confidence to pursue educational and professional opportunities that may have been out of reach before.

Tracy Berry interviews Clare and Fer
Clare Feighan, DTL’s donor relations manager, and Fernanda Martinez, our super receptionist and former DTL student, were featured on the McKenzie River Broadcasting community forum with host Tracy Berry. They talked about DTL’s programs and how they strengthen the community by empowering immigrant families. Students learn English and other skills that help them succeed, and with that, gain the confidence to pursue educational and professional opportunities that may have been out of reach before.

Community Forum Interview

Clare Feighan, DTL’s donor relations manager, and Fernanda Martinez, former DTL student and current receptionist and office assistant, were featured on the Mckenzie River Broadcasting community forum with host Tracy Berry. They talked about the different programs DTL offers and how they work to strengthen the community by empowering immigrant families. Students learn English and other skills that help them succeed, and with that, gain the confidence to pursue educational and professional opportunities that may have been out of reach before.