Rowan College at Gloucester County


HAWN.jpgCrystal Noboa

Crystal is a Bilingual Licensed Social Worker who has an extensive background working with families.  She attended Rutgers University, first obtaining a Bachelor’s degree, then a Master’s degree in Social Work.  Most recently she has been working with survivors of domestic violence and families who are under the care of the Division of Child Protection and Permanency.

She is passionate about helping those in need. Because of her own life experiences she understands what it means to have an advocate helping you to get your voice heard. She joined the Center for People in Transition with the goal of providing support to displaced homemakers.  Her focus is on expanding the program by using her bilingual abilities to provide services to those in the Hispanic community.

She is committed to those experiencing situational crises, helping them break down the barriers preventing them from reaching their goals, and ultimately leading them to self-sufficiency.


EileenAdezio.jpg Kristen Wilson

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 int​ervention, social service referrals, and career assistance.


Eileen A​dezio 

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.

 A. Charlseworth Amy Charlesw​​orth

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.​

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