Our Staff

Natalie Milom

Natalie Milom

CEO

Natalie Milom is a nonprofit executive with a passion for serving vulnerable children and families, particularly, those in poverty.  Her nonprofit experience includes work within the spaces of child abuse and neglect, workforce development, community development, affordable housing, health care, and mental health.  Natalie earned her Master of Social Work degree from the University of South Carolina in Columbia.  Natalie is licensed in the states of Georgia and South Carolina as a Master Social Worker. Natalie lives in metro Atlanta with her two children who are at the heart of all her ambitions.  In her spare time, she practices self-care by spending time with her friends and family, playing kickball (her favorite sport), binge-watching her favorite television shows, and cuddling up with a great book.

Email: nmilom@safft.org
Phone: 770-886-9505

Jo DeVane

Jo DeVane

Family Success Manager

Jo DeVane joined the SAFFT team at the end of May as a Family Success Manager and Operations Assistant. Jo has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies.  Jo is currently working toward their Master of Social Work at the University of Georgia, and their ultimate goal is to become a licensed clinical social worker. After working with SAFFT as an MSW intern for the 2020-2021 school year, Jo’s deep commitment to social justice, advocacy, and the importance of family preservation led them to pursue full-time employment with SAFFT! In their free time, Jo loves long hikes in the woods, cuddling up with a cup of hot tea and a good book, talking about life with their incredible teenage daughter, and being silly with their 4-year-old son who is, from a completely unbiased perspective, the coolest kid in the world.

jdevane@safft.org
678-723-3890

Rachel Parker, MSW

Rachel Parker, MSW

Family Success Clinician

Rachel is a Family Success Manager and Family Success Clinician at SAFFT.   She provides therapy, conducts clinical assessments, and supervises visitations for families.  Rachel graduated with her MSW from the University of Texas at Austin in August 2020.  Previously, she received a degree in Child Development with an emphasis in Family Services and a minor in Psychology from Georgia Southern University in August 2017.  Rachel is passionate about social justice, advocating for birth parents, and providing trauma-competent therapy for clients.  She loves working with the families at SAFFT to help them move towards reunification, heal from trauma, and learn new parenting skills.  In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her loved ones, including her fur babies!

Email: rparker@safft.org
Phone: 678-723-3890 ext 203

Jasmine Forston

Jasmine Forston

Family Success Manager

Jasmine is a Family Success Manager (FSM) at SAFFT in Forsyth County.  She enjoys meeting the families and working with them to become a stronger and healthier unit.  She earned her Bachelor of Science in Human Services Delivery and Administration from the University of North Georgia.  Jasmine enjoys helping people and serving underserved populations and has experience in crisis intervention, domestic violence care, sexual assault advocacy, and HIV care.  She continues to spend time working with survivors of sexual assault.  Some of the things she enjoys in her free time are spending time with her family, friends, and church family. She also loves to unwind by pampering herself and spending time at the beach!

Email: jfortson@safft.org
Phone: 770-886-9505 ext 208

Sasha Jones

Sasha Jones

Program Director - Family Support Services

Sasha Jones is the Program Director for Family Support Services at SAFFT.  Sasha began as a Family Success Manager before entering her current role.  Sasha earned her Bachelor’s in Science Degree from Georgia Gwinnett College in Human Development and Aging Services, with a minor in Religious Studies.  She focused on the psychological, sociological, and biological development of people from birth to death.  Sasha has experience working with foster parents as well as underprivileged communities locally and across the globe, to break the cycle of poverty.  Sasha also worked directly with local animal rescues as both a foster and transporter for animals in need in Gwinnett County.  In her free time, Sasha enjoys spending quality time with her family, hiking, and playing with her pets.

Email: sjones@safft.org
Phone: 678-723-3890 ext 202