Moriah Doyle is a volunteer with Multnomah County's Department of Community Justice and winner of a 2015 Volunteer Recognition Award.
“Moriah has provided invaluable services to the Department of Community Justice’s Family Services Unit. Her compassionate approach to meeting with clients is deeply appreciated and assists with building trust, helping many clients navigate big and small challenges in their lives.
Moriah has a perfect blend of calm interaction while holding clients accountable for their behavior. The clients seem to love her and have expressed how much they will miss her when her internship ends.
The staff of Family Services Unit appreciates her hard work and dedication, and will miss the quick-witted humor and unique perspective she brings each day. Moriah has become a valued member of our team. Her work has been exceptional and her willingness to go above and beyond has been inspiring.”
— Denisa Menn, Brian Holt, Charles Adler, and Byron Brown of the Department of Community Justice’s Family Services Unit