SREHUP’s successes are largely due to the partnerships and leaders that have supported the organization fearlessly since its inauguration. To support SREHUP’s various initiatives, SREHUP has an Operational Board of Directors that works tirelessly to house our vulnerable neighbors (and now their pets), and to get them back on their feet. In order to expand resources and invite new perspectives, SREHUP has recently created a new Advisory Consulting Board, which has been added into the structure of the organization to serve as a compliment to the existing Operations Board.
Operational Board of Directors:
- Stephanie Sena, Founder & President
- Ellari Hillard, Vice President
- Addi Hillard, Student President
- Katie Morrison, Event’s & Fundraising Chair
- Christopher Funari, Treasurer
- Brigid O’Brien, Grant Chair
- Amber Shelton
- Matt Howard
- Jay Tighe
The objective of the Advisory Consulting Board is to facilitate problem solving and ultimately support the longevity and stability of the organization. The incorporation of these established professional who are exceptional at creative problem solving and out-of-the-box thinking has resulted in a team which is results-driven that can help guide the Operations Board with larger obstacles.
Advisory Consulting Board of Directors:
- Ravi Acharya
- Lansie Sylvia
- Eddie Keels
- Bill Anderson
Largely responsible for SREHUP’s past and future successes is our unparalleled partnership with Pepper Hamilton LLC and Temple University Office of Legal Council. We are especially grateful for the dedication of our lawyers, Tim Anderson of Pepper Hamilton, and Jared Burns of Temple University Office of Legal Council.
We would also like to specifically call out the support of Tony Belfield, who is acting as a Project Manager for our newest Tiny Home project, and Lucy Noland, who is serving as an enthusiastic project leader.
Finally, we would like to extend our thanks to Councilman Mark Squilla and Councilman Allan Domb for their constant support.