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​Sarah Bess Hudson

Sarah Bess Hudson is lead Facilitator at MAAC (Multi-Agency Alliance for Children) dedicated to hearing the “ME” in the voices of Georgia’s foster youth. She has a special focus on EmpowerMEnt, a statewide youth leadership development and advocacy initiative (utilizing youth-adult partnership) for current/former foster youth between ages 14-26+. After earning her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from Georgia State University with a focus in Community Partnerships and Consensus Organizing, Sarah Bess began working alongside youth self-advocates as an adult supporter (in various capacities) on issues impacting youth and young adults in the foster care system for over a decade.