Helping to Fill in the Gap – Episode 287
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Featuring: Angelishea Ferrell
Published: November 6, 2021
I would do my job for free.
Sitting behind the microphone with Rev. Percy McCray is Angie Ferrell, a social worker helping oncology patients at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA), Atlanta for seven years.
Angie shares her passion and commitment that she brings to supporting cancer patients and discusses the importance of effective social work in the oncology community. “I’m what hope looks like,” she says.
“What we do is heavy,” Angie says. “It’s not easy, but I find that, if I have hope on the inside, someone would see it on the outside and that’s what I strive to do. And that’s what hope looks like to me.”
Sit back and listen to this true angel of God, whose life’s calling is to serve people.
- “A lot of people don’t know as social workers; we do the whole gamut from therapy to talk to patients about the end of life.”
- “We’re kind of the glue that holds all of this stuff together for the patients and sometimes for the organization that you work with.”