PGCTV – Bernadette's House is a place many girls call home after school. But due to COVID-19, it was forced to close its doors temporarily. Still wanting to provide a safe space, the founder, Carol Nash, has decided to move all of its programs online.
PGCTV – Reflecting on her own success, Carol Nash credits her rise to her women mentors. Under Carol’s tutelage, young women in Prince George’s County receive the tools, and mentors, to blossom.
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The Today Show – Many women over 50 are taking their lives in a whole new direction and embarking on a new career. Carol Nash spent years as a nurse, but came out of retirement when she saw a need in her community.
The New York Times – When Carol Nash retired four years ago from Dimensions Healthcare System in Maryland after a long career in nursing, she had no inkling that she would soon be working harder than she ever did before.
Encore.org – Bernadette’s House was born out of my early life experiences, losing my birth mother at age 3. My courageous father, a poor railroad porter, sought help from those whom he trusted most to raise me in a manner that he considered fitting for his daughter.