When I first started my career, after finishing my Bachelor’s degree in social work, I became the Meals on Wheels caseworker for Jewish Family Service. I worked closely with NCJW/Greater Detroit volunteers and would visit at the kitchen regularly. After nearly fours years as the caseworker, I left to obtain my Masters in Social Work degree and then moved to Connecticut. Always thinking about my first job and the NCJW volunteers. In 2003, I applied to NCJW/Greater Detroit to be their first Executive Director. At the interview were some of the same volunteers I worked with years before. I came full circle back to where I started working with NCJW. It was all meant to be. I still have the MOW tote bag from those early years. NCJW will always be a part of my life.