Sally Hindman has twenty years of management and other experience working with non-profit organizations serving homeless people.
She previously directed Berkeley California’s interfaith Chaplaincy to the Homeless and set up it’s Telegraph Avenue drop in center for homeless youth. Sally is the co-founder of Street Spirit, the San Francisco East Bay homeless newspaper.Sally received her M.A. in Theology and Art and her M. Div. from Pacific School of Religion. She holds an undergraduate degree in Natural Resources (Environmental Conservation) from Cornell University. Sally is an adjunct faculty member at the Graduate Theological Union Center for Art, Religion, and Education and Starr King School for the Ministry teaching “Liberation Art.” In 1998 she received KPFA radio’s Alice Hamburg Community Service Award for her outstanding leadership in serving homeless people in the East Bay. Sally has been a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) since 1984.
Victor Mavedzenge, Art Director
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Victor Mavedzenge has worked as an art teacher, Program Manager and a practicing fine artist over the last 15 years. Teaching and motivating youth is one of his chief passions though he admits his first love is creating art because this is where all the teaching ideas and philosophies are brewed! Victor holds an MFA.