Anterior joined CURE in August 2022 as a Patient and Family Services Manager. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and Performance Studies from Kennesaw State University and is currently pursuing her Master of Arts degree in Africana Studies. With a decade of non-profit and program experience, she has worn several hats and always loves the chance to work with the youth. As the Youth Volunteer Manager for the Atlanta History Center, she managed AHC’s Youth Ambassador and Junior Interpreter programs and worked as a counselor for both the History and Writing camps. She would go on to be the Programs and Volunteer Services Manager with St. Vincent de Paul, where she grew volunteer retention by 300%, client impact by 1000%, and developed SVdP’s Teaching Kitchen programming in partnership with Open Hand.
After losing two grandparents to cancer, she has seen firsthand the enormous toll a cancer diagnosis has on a patient and their family. As a member of the PFS team, her goal is to educate families about the benefits of counseling and connect those families with the right therapist to fit their needs.