Mar 06, 2019
Published March 6, 2019
Teresa joined the TWB family for our first ever Summer session. As a mother of two, it was hard for her to see her kids turning to her sister for support, which led her to wanting to better herself. She was able to open up to her new support network and listen to the other women’s advice. We are so proud of how far Teresa has come. Currently she is working for Together We Bake part-time and continues empowering the women she works with! Read more about Teresa’s story below.
What circumstances brought you to where you were before you joined Together We Bake?
Teresa: I was out of work and was having a hard time finding a job.
What inspired you to apply to Together We Bake?
Teresa: I was told about Together We Bake from the Ross Program at ARHA.
How has Together We Bake changed your perspective on life?
Teresa: I can say that I am more open to talk to people I don’t know.
Has someone at Together We Bake (a fellow participant, a volunteer, an instructor, etc) had a particular influence on you?
Teresa: I can say that I have learned a little from each person.
How would you describe Together We Bake?
Teresa: It is such a good place to be and the people are great.
What do you feel is the most valuable thing Together We Bake does?
Teresa: Keep all information they know to themselves and try to help any way they can.
What is the most valuable thing you learned at Together We Bake?
Teresa: You can never judge a book by its cover.
Do you have any specific memories of experiences at Together We Bake?
Teresa: I can remember being comfortable enough to let the ladies know how I feel about my sister helping me with my kids.
What was the most challenging thing about the program? How did you overcome that challenge?
Teresa: Opening up to people that I don’t know. I opened up to the ladies.
What is something you are proud of that you achieved because of your participation in Together We Bake?
Teresa: Being able to talk to people I don’t know and taking advice from them.
What advice do you have for women considering applying to Together We Bake?
Teresa: I would say it was a great experience and a good opportunity to meet some great ladies.