Mike has been with Somerville Homeless Coalition since 2000. He holds a Master of Social Work from Salem State University. Mike is committed to not only providing the basic needs like housing and food to our guests and clients but continuing to advocate for policies and funding that help the population we serve.
Brielle has been with the Somerville Homeless Coalition since 2019. Brielle holds a Bachelor’s degree in Community and International Development from the University of Vermont. She is committed to developing efficient programs that reduce barriers for families and individuals to access essential services, including housing.
Felicity has been working with the Somerville Homeless Coalition since late 2019. Prior to joining SHC she worked for a homeless non-profit in England, in a paid Development role and as a volunteer with the shelter outreach team. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies from Lancaster Business School, UK.
Hannah has been with Somerville Homeless Coalition for over 4 years. She joined as a Supportive Services Case Manager, and took on the position of Shelter Services Program Manager in 2018. Hannah holds a bachelors in Social Work and Sociology from Saint Anselm College. She is committed to meeting all clients where they are at and hopefully finding them housing.
Demi has been with Somerville Homeless Coalition since 2020. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting with a minor in Big Data and Business Analytics from Suffolk University. Her personal experiences with homelessness drive her passion and commitment to the agency.
Chris joined the SHC team in 2020. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Media Studies and Digital Arts from Saint Michael’s College. Chris believes everyone searching for stable housing deserves the support of a compassionate advocate, and he is proud of the SHC team for providing that support.
Joe has been with SHC since 2022. Joe’s work experience has been primarily centered around general business development and operations throughout his career and during the pandemic, he pivoted his primary focus towards working within Substance Abuse and Behavioral Health. As he’s progressed in this field, he’s developed a passion for helping to solve the outstanding issue of homelessness amongst the communities he serves. Joe is currently in training to receive his CARC (Certified Addictions Recovery Coach).