Leadership Council

LC Clean Up Crew (600x398)By championing the end of chronic and veteran homelessness, we are building a stronger community where all businesses can thrive.

The research is clear—chronic and veteran homelessness has a high human and financial cost. The private sector has a critical role to play in ending chronic and veteran homelessness, and it’s not just the right thing to do—it is the smart, cost-effective thing to do.

Our Leadership Council are senior executives who:

  • Represent Miriam’s Kitchen leadership at their respective organizations and networking events
  • Believe in the power of partnership in ending homelessness and advise on partnership strategy
  • Invest financially in and fundraise for Miriam’s Kitchen
  • Connect Miriam’s Kitchen to new private sector partners and build relationships with current partners
  • Participate in volunteer activities, Leadership Council meetings, and advocacy days

 

Our Leadership Council accelerates partnerships that move the needle on ending chronic and veteran homelessness – while having some fun too!

 

2021-2022 Leadership Council Members 

Tyler Gates, Co-Chair
CEO, Brightline Interactive

John Mason, Co-Chair, *Board Racial Equity Sub-Committee member
Director, Federal Government Affairs, Altria

Meghan Britt
Vice President, Corporate Communications, Danaher

Lauren Champaign
Senior Counsel, Foley & Lardner 

Joe Davis 
Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP  

Meghan Dotter
Principal, Portico PR 

Geoff Dye
Director, Cushman & Wakefield

Mark Hamberlin
EVP, Chief People Officer, Clark Construction

John Means
Partner, McKinsey & Co

Orton Ndau
Corporate Counsel, Amazon

Brooks Nelson
Senior Manager, Walmart.org

Elizabeth Steil
Senior Manager, Government Operations, Boeing

Quincy Stephens
Senior Director, Diversity/Inclusion and Talent Acquisition, Volkswagen Group of America, Inc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We’re thankful for our Leadership Council and their dedication to our mission of ending homelessness.