Elisia Manuil, is Founder of “Three Precious Miracles,” an incorporated Arizona non-profit organization that supports Native American children who are in, or have been a part of, the foster care system.
Born and raised in Arizona, Elisia currently lives in Casa Grande with her husband and high school sweetheart, Tecumseh. They are blessed with three forever children, Tecumseh, Telisia and Micah. The foster care experience Elisia and Tecumseh Manuel underwent to grow their beloved family was what fueled the idea for “Three Precious Miracles.”
Elisia is passionate about providing Native American children with loving, caring and culturally sensitive homes. In order to do this, “Three Precious Miracles” helps to streamline services and bridge gaps throughout Native communities, providing practical, tangible support to families and advocates who are locating “forever homes” for children in the foster care system.
Mrs. Manuel dedicated 15 years of her professional career empowering the lives of families within the Gila River Indian Community Employment & Training Department. Elisia currently works for A Place To Call Home as a Customer Relations Manager in Foster Care Recruitment.
Elisia received a certificate in Non-profit Executive Leadership from Arizona State University. In her free time, Elisia loves spending time with her family and friends. Elisia runs a small business beading Native jewelry and custom vinyl T-Shirts.