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Activism in Adoption

Nam Holtz, LMSW

Nam Holtz, LMSW

Meggin (Nam) Holtz, LMSW, is a Korean adoptee. Nam has been involved in adoption advocacy, awareness, and support for a decade. Her award-winning documentary film, "Found in Korea," about birth search, identity, and adoption was created to serve as a catalyst for conversations about adoption thoughts among youth and adults alike. She served as the Teen Mentor facilitator at "All Together Now," a support group for adoptees and their families, wrote, "Who Cut My Umbilical Cord?" published in "Flip the Script - an Adoptee Anthology," and holds an MSW with a focus in Child and Adolescent Trauma in the clinical setting.

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