Sherehan Ndaita is originally from Seattle WA and heritage from Hilah Iraq. She has a passion working with traumatized populations, specifically immigrants from war torn countries and survivors of torture. She holds a Masters in Counseling from Missio Seminary and Bachelors in Social Science and Human Services from Trinity Western University British Columbia, Canada. She enjoys coming alongside clients and assisting them through the trials of immigrating to a new country and providing therapeutic as well as case management support. She had the opportunity leading and conducting reconciliation projects in Palestine, Israel, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and volunteer work in Kenya. She is also currently involved with mentoring college students that are second-generation immigrants from the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Cameroon at Grace Church of Philly.