OKLAHOMA CITY – Upward Transitions, a local nonprofit which supports the impoverished and homeless, has recently named Alicia Terry as the Community Outreach Program Director.
Terry joined Upward Transitions as a case manager in 2016. Over the past six years, she has provided a variety of assistance to individuals experiencing homelessness, families, and seniors at risk of homelessness, victims of domestic violence and human trafficking, and stranded travelers. Terry played a key role in the organization during the aftermath of the October 2020 ice storm and helped coordinate training for partner agency employees assisting with the relief effort funded by United Way and OG&E.
“Her commitment and passion for Upward Transitions’ mission have been evident in her former role as a case manager,” said Periann Pulliam, CEO. “We welcome her to this important role of guiding the programming and services for our clients and organization.”
Upward Transitions is an Oklahoma County nonprofit that serves families and individuals who are experiencing homelessness, at risk of becoming homeless, or stranded by providing case management and stabilizing resources to help meet basic social needs.
In service to the Oklahoma City community, Upward Transitions manages the Travelers Aid volunteer program at Will Rogers World Airport in partnership with the City of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma City Airport Trust.
To learn more about Upward Transitions, go to www.upwardtransitions.org or call 405- 232-5507.