Nathan Monk is social justice advocate, author and former Orthodox priest. Having experienced homelessness with his family during his teenage years, Nathan has gone on to found numerous programs providing food, clothing, emergency resources, and shelter.
Through writing and speaking, Nathan seeks to educate the public and break down stereotypes in our culture about people experiencing poverty and homelessness. His expanded educational programs and consulting work help create nonprofit cultures that are truly client-oriented. With a focus on outcomes over outreach, we can end homelessness.
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Tracy is the Site Manager at One Hopeful Place. Being married and having her own children sparked an interest in helping other families become safe, stable, and thriving. Tracy received her bachelor’s degree from the University of West Florida in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. She has worked with social service agencies and non-profits for over 10 years. Tracy has held many titles and roles with various programs, but the overall missions were always similar, to help others. Her current role allows her to work with individuals who need support, patience, and guidance as they overcome homelessness and start to build their lives up. Providing that support and watching others grow and succeed, is the most fulling work she has ever accomplished. When she isn’t serving others in the community, she enjoys reading, going to the beach, and spending time with her husband and children.