SHERIDAN — When Terri Markham found out her nonprofit Uprising received a sizable grant to continue the organization’s goals of raising awareness about human trafficking and exploitation and expanding prevention education efforts, her daughter posed a question.

“If you got $1 million, mom, would you quit your job?” Markham, 36, said her daughter asked.

Markham’s husband has joked in the past that he would quit his job if he won the lottery, but even if Markham became the recipient of a sizable windfall, she said she can’t imagine stopping what she calls “heart work.” Working at nonprofits since she was 18 years old, San Antonio, Texas, native Markham brought her desire to impact and educate others to Sheridan in 2018.

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