Porscha Flores

Porscha is an assistant program director who works with individuals in vulnerable populations to assist them in rehabilitating their lives. She believes in aiding others to achieve the best version of themselves.

Prior to embarking into the social services world; from the tender age of 10 Porscha’s passion for working with animals led her to participate in competition dog shows where she trained, groomed and showed dogs. She also worked with PetSafe coalition during hurricane Sandy to help reunify displaced pets with their families and find new adoptive homes for pets that had been relinquished.

She is a recipient of the DOHMH Mental Health Scholarship and is a full-time graduate student seeking to obtain her MSW and licensure.

Porscha is passionate about the connection between art and self-expression, utilizing her piercing and tattoos as a talking point to promote self-expression within the workplace.