Be an Opportunity Maker

Did you know that as many as 28% of children ages 0-5 in some Eastern Loudoun neighborhoods live in poverty, while nearly half live significantly below the federal poverty level? Join me in helping INMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center provide the resources, education and opportunities to end poverty for these children and their families. Join me at Barn Blast on September 9 at Murray Hill Estate to support this great cause. Purchase tickets today:

Welcome Two New Board of Trustees

INMED is pleased to announce two new members of our Opportunity Center’s Board of Trustees. Marysela Gonzalez is President/CEO of G5 Strategic Business Solutions, a boutique-style, woman-owned small business specializing in helping small to mid-size companies succeed in the federal government market space.

Christi Ask is a Senior Program Manager at Rockwell Collins Simulation & Training Solutions in Sterling, a long-time community partner of the Opportunity Center. In addition to joining our Board of Trustees, Christi has been volunteering at our summer learning camps.  

Both of these successful women bring valuable skills to our Board of Trustees, and we are thankful for their commitment to helping INMED better serve children and families in need. Would you like to make a difference? Visit to learn how.

INMED Receives Outstanding Report from Healthy Families Virginia (HFV)

INMED Healthy Families Loudoun received an outstanding report from Healthy Families Virginia (HFV), a program of Prevent Child Abuse Virginia (PCAV). In June, Hope Schutte, TA/QA Specialist for Healthy Families Virginia completed her annual site visit and in her report she said “These are all exceptional achievements, garnered through dogged hard work, skillful leadership, and strong staff committed to providing high quality services.” Learn more about INMED Healthy Families Loudoun at

Thank you to Lindsay Cowett

A  very special thank you to Lindsay Cowett, Loudoun Membership Specialist with the Girl Scout Council of the Nations’s Capital for teaching our day campers how to use Morse code. You never know when that skill will come in handy, and it’s one of many life skills we teach in our summer learning camps at INMED’s Family & Youth Opportunity Center. We still have some space for campers in Session 5 and 6! Contact Yahaira Hanon at for details.