Intake Coordinator & Advocate
For Naomi Jubilee, identity is important. She chose her last name to reflect the life she wants to live: a life of Jubilee as described in the Bible, full of worshipping the Lord through song, dance, seeing captives set free, and relying on God’s provision for her life. She lives in Garner with her three children, ages 14, 11, and 9 and her dog, Layla.
Naomi came through the support group at Called to Peace at a time in her life when she let fear control her. She wants to be able to use her story to encourage others on their journeys from victim to survivor as well as helping equip churches and people helpers to better respond when domestic abuse is present. She finds her passion in her new calling in life as a domestic abuse advocate. She spent many years as a peer counselor with Nursing Mothers of Raleigh and has a huge heart to help others cast down the lies and find their true identity and value in Christ.
Naomi enjoys hiking, singing, and all things artistic. On any given day, you’ll find her serving through advocacy and matching up advocacy clients across the country with other affiliated advocates.
Naomi holds a BA in Spanish from Mars Hill College and was on track to finish her MDiv in Christian Ministry when her first daughter changed those plans. She’s been dedicated to raising her three children since, including homeschooling until recently. She also works as a Bookkeeper.