Carolyn Potter

Board Secretary, NTSA & Chief Executive Officer, The Wellhouse

Before serving at The WellHouse, a restorative program for female survivors of human trafficking, Ms. Potter spent 12 years in South Carolina in the field of child advocacy with the family court system through the South Carolina Guardian ad Litem Program, after which she established a non-profit for homeless youth and obtained her Master’s in Professional Counseling. In 2012, Ms Potter became the State Director of the Alabama CASA Network, an agency responsible for the establishment of programs advocating for children deemed abused and/or neglected.

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