Lindsay Moore, MAExecutive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsay Moore comes to Bridge of Hope Greater Denver with a wide range of experience in the nonprofit sector. With a Masters Degree in International Development from the University of Denver, Lindsay has worked as a volunteer coordinator, program manager, and program quality manager both nationally and internationally. Most recently, as a technical assistance manager at OMNI Institute, Lindsay supported communities and organizations through capacity building strategies focusing on strategic planning, needs assessments, and board development. Lindsay is excited to serve both the Church and families in need through her work at Bridge of Hope.
Gina AbbeyDevelopment Manager email@example.com
Julie Mihevc, MSWNeighborhood Resource Specialist / Case Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie was born and raised in Pella, Iowa and attended Calvin College in Grand Rapids, MI. After college she moved to Denver to live and play in her beloved mountains and attended the University of Denver’s Master of Social Work program. She has 20 years of experience working with people who find themselves without homes, without jobs, and living on the margins in the southern suburbs of Denver. She worked as a case manager and program director at Adams, and Arapahoe Mental Health (now All Health) Centers. She later worked at Wellspring Church in Englewood, CO as Compassion Ministry Pastor and deacon, running a food bank, recovery program, employment program, and medical programs. She then moved into nonprofit to became the Director of Housing 180 which assists low income adults in securing affordable housing.
Julie is excited to partner with single mother families facing homelessness as they work to reach self-sufficiency.
Amy AuNeighborhood Resource Specialist / Case Manager email@example.com
Amy was born and raised in Austin, Texas, and attended Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. After graduating in 1996, she served overseas with Cru International in East Asia for 17 years before retiring home to the U.S. and settling her family in Littleton, CO.
With 20 years of nonprofit, church partnership, staff care, and HR experience helping women grow, recover, and thrive through supportive, transformative programs is close to Amy’s heart. Growing up as a child of a single-mom herself, Amy finds great meaning in guiding and supporting families as they work to stabilize and become self-sufficient in the Denver area. Also a narrative therapist, she loves knowing the stories of her clients and seeing where their pasts and presents overlap in their movement to greater emotional health, self-sufficiency, and agency.