Carly Sorenson began her work in nonprofit when she became a Recovery Advocate at Nexus Recover Center shortly after completing The Magdalen House Social Detox program.

Carly arrived at The Magdalen House in August of 2019, scared and hopeless. During her stay, she learned that there were other women like her, and for the first time, became educated on why she drank differently than others. Through the 12 Steps and spiritual principles, Carly was able to begin a life of sobriety. She stayed close to Maggie’s fellowship through volunteering and attending meetings at The Magdalen House.

Through her recovery and job at Nexus, she found her passion for serving women in recovery. She is so honored to join The Magdalen House team, working alongside the women who motivate and inspire her to carry the message to other alcoholic women.

Carly lives in Dallas with her 18-year-old cat, Toby. She enjoys true-crime shows and loves being an aunt to her niece and nephew, Kinsley and Slater.