Myesha Holmes-Thomas is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work at Texas A&M University-Texarkana. She has experience working with veterans, children, and families. In the future, she would like to work with veterans, teenagers, children, and families. Previously, she was employed with Arkansas and Texas Child Protective Services for children and families. While employed with Arkansas and Texas Child Protective Services, she provided case management services, referrals for individual and group therapy, parenting classes, and legal services.
In 2020, as an intern, Myesha developed a partnership with the Arkansas Department of Human Services through The Literacy of Bowie and Miller Counties, Inc. The program provides one-on-one virtual parenting classes, budgeting classes, and life skills. The Adult Learning Alliance (ALA) awarded Myesha’s the Innovative Project of the Year.
Myesha completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree at Southern Arkansas University in 2005 and 2008.