The Baylor Lariat: Alum fulfills calling in Ukraine, finding homes for children

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Oct. 10, 2012, 11:12 a.m. | Ukraine abroad — by The Baylor Lariat

Baylor alumna Deneen Turner has found her calling in helping Christian families adopt children in Ukraine through a nonprofit organization.

One Baylor alumna is closing orphanages in Ukraine by helping children find families among Christian couples interested in adoption.

Baylor alumna Deneen Turner, who graduated with a bachelor of business administration in marketing and management, co-founded the nonprofit organization HopeHouse International, which assists Christian couples in adopting orphans within Ukraine.

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