Esther House has new director

A new executive director is settling in at Esther House.

Sabrina Beasley-Cline, who previously worked with the American Red Cross, began her new role April 19 at Esther House, a service that helps survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking.

“I am highly motivated and have extensive experience in customer service and non-profit organizational structures,” Beasley-Cline said. “I am looking forward to this new career path and look forward to working with the board of directors and clients in Stanly and Montgomery County.”

A resident of Stanly County, Beasley-Cline is a 1996 graduate of Pembroke State University.

“She’s just extraordinary in what she knows and how to operate a nonprofit,” Esther House Board President Star Gaines said.

Esther House is in need of volunteers and monetary contributions, she said. Esther House provides temporary shelter, court advocacy and accompaniment, case management, counseling referrals, hospital accompaniment, support groups, like skills development and more.

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