WINSTON-SALEM — The Salvation Army Area Command in the Greater Winston-Salem Area announced the addition of a new director of Social Services — Tashina Oladunjoye.
Oladunjoye began her employment in Winston-Salem on June 1. Prior to this new role, she held the positions of preventive services supervisor and, most recently, director of social services for The Salvation Army in High Point. Oladunjoye holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in social work from Andrews University and has experience in case management, therapy, supervision and management related to individual/family case planning, home visits, intake, evaluations, social services and individual, family, couple and group therapy.
The Salvation Army’s Social Service Department is the command’s single largest program and includes the only emergency shelter for homeless families in Forsyth County, Emergency Financial Assistance for basic needs such as utilities, clothing, medicine, and food in Davie, Forsyth, Stokes and Yadkin counties, and on-site feeding 365 days per year to the community at the Center of Hope located at 1255 N. Trade St.
Oladunjoye, her husband and their two children reside in High Point.