Zenia Brizendine brings a fresh face to the high school Big Brothers Big Sisters program in Madera for the new school year.
“I am privileged to be part of this program and to contribute to the achievements and success of many families. I am committed to providing the best service possible to ensure the safety of all the children and mentors,” Brizendine said.
The new high school coordinator for the local mentor agency received her bachelor’s degree in social work from Fresno State University.
“She decided on pursuing a profession in non-profits because of her passion for working with children and making a positive impact in their life,” said Diane Phakonekham of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California...