Golddence used to live in a homeless shelter with her eldest son. Now, she’s a married mother of four and works as a line cook at Drift House with David Burke in Sea Bright. She says the skills she acquired through Fulfill’s Culinary Training Program at the B.E.A.T. Center helped her gain confidence in herself, support her family, and succeed.
The graduate from Monmouth County says, “Well, I’ve come very far. I’ve been through a lot of different struggles. From being in a homeless shelter and not really any type of like stable job or anything like that… so, this has really helped us out, stabilized me, and the school was great. Yeah, so we’ve grown a lot.”