Nancy L. Howard
As a Divorce Mediator and Partner at South Jersey
Mediation Center, as well as a Clinical Faculty member at Rutgers Camden Law
School, Nancy stared working with the Center for People in Transition in 1997
by facilitating workshops about divorce mediation for people who were
experiencing child support and parenting issues, who were separated, divorcing,
or dealing with post-divorce issues. In
2008, she came on staff part time to work with women on these issues.
Nancy has a Master’s Degree in Business, with focuses in
accounting and in human resource management.
This training and skill was put to use by helping women create
comprehensive resumes and to help them through the job search and interviewing
processes. Additionally, she is able to
work with people in creating personal budgets to help them meet their
obligations and to help them reach their goals.
Nancy is committed to working with people through the
situational crisis and related issues they are experiencing toward their
education and career goals and ultimately to their self-sufficiency.
Kristen has a
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Temple University and a Master of Science
in Administration of Human Services from Wilmington University. She has a
passion for social justice and gender equity and joined Center for People in
Transition from a background in advocating for survivors of domestic and sexual
violence. Kristen not only works with displaced homemakers through PIT,
but students, faculty, and alumni of Rowan College at Gloucester County by
providing crisis intervention, social service referrals, and career assistance.
Eileen has a Bachelor of Arts degree from
Rutgers University in addition to extensive experience in the regulatory
financial sector. She is a part-time technician providing
administrative support to PIT staff, a workshop facilitator and a member
of the PIT Advisory Board.
Case Manager Assistant
Amy began working for People in Transition in 2010 as a part-time student worker while attending Gloucester County College (Rowan College at Gloucester County). She has since earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Rutgers University. Amy returns to People in Transition eager to give back to the community.