White House Recognizes People’s Place Associate Director
On Thursday, October 20th, Cherelyn Homlish, Associate Director of Domestic Violence Services for People’s Place, was honored by White House leaders, receiving the Champions of Change award for her long-standing dedication, advocacy, and work to end domestic violence in southern Delaware and other communities.
During the event held at the White House, Ms. Homlish was one of 14 Champion of Change recipients—leaders in the field of domestic violence who shared their personal stories and discussed lessons learned while working to end domestic violence on a local level.
Champions of Change is a White House weekly initiative, which highlights Americans who are making an impact in their communities and helping our country rise to meet the many challenges of the 21st Century.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.