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Arimathea Roberts
Acting Program Director for the Prince George’s House 


A 36-bed men’s shelter at 603 Addison Road South, Capital Heights, MD  20743


Macy Roberts has over 10 years’ experience in the social work field. Graduating from Ashford University in 2017 she received her Bachelor of Arts in Human Services with a focus in family and child welfare. She has experience working within the fields of policy and advocacy, and has been greatly involved with housing and homelessness prevention within Prince George's County. While this career path can be been challenging, Macy excels within it, finding it very rewarding and fulfilling. Macy is a dedicated professional with strong organizational skills and thoroughness that are vital when assisting consumers through the various steps of their transitions. Interesting tidbit: Macy is a proud member of the Women Business Owners of Montgomery County where she operates her own nonprofit organization, Diversity Walks, that focuses on adolescent teens. She says,“A little bit of help made all of the difference in the world for me. I’m excited to be a part of a team that is committed to making that difference in each one of our client’s lives.”


P: (301) 808-5317

​​​Earl Ford, BSW,
Program Director for
TANF Employment & Education Program in DC,
& SNAP Employment Program

Located at 810 Potomac Ave, SE, Washington, DC 20003

Earl has been in the social work field for 7 years working two years as a Fatherhood Program Coordinator and has spent five years working with the homeless population by assisting, promoting, and empowering men to be more self-sufficient. In his current role, he works to strengthen the family bond bridging the gap between homeless residents and their loved ones. Earl displays dedication, leadership, and dependability in his career and in his community. Interesting tidbits - During his idol time Earl very active in his community by mentoring troubled youth, guiding them to necessary resources to better their well-being.


P: (202) 810- 6682

Sonja Rivers,
Compliance Director for Agency Programs,
Program Director for the Naylor Road Temporary Family Program


A 28-apartment style family shelter at 2601 & 2603 Naylor Rd, SE, Washington, DC 20020


Sonja has 15+ years experience working in the nonprofit sector. Throughout her career she has worked with individuals and families with a range of disabilities, economic hardships, domestic violence, and social stigmas. She is formally trained in the areas of motivation and empowerment, using these skills to both ensure agency compliance and for operation of a 28-unit family shelter in Washington, DC, providing an uplifting and nurturing environment for her consumers. Interesting tidbits – Sonja owned and operated a home health care facility for the disabled in Atlanta, Georgia. She also created a mentoring program in Jacksonville, Florida where she provided mentoring to children in the foster care system. Sonja holds a national certification as an Information and Referral Specialist and is also a certified Life Coach. 

P: (202) 575-2903


Karol Gilmore, MSW
Program Manager for
TANF Employment & Education Program in DC


Located at 810 Potomac Ave, SE, Washington, DC 20003

Karol has 18 years experience, and counting,  in the social services field. She has worked in various capacities to provide direct services to children and families, and find it as her calling to assist others.  She received her undergraduate degree in Sociology from Fayetteville State University and her Master of Social Work Degree from Howard University. Interesting tidbits - Karol is formally trained in transformational life coaching, which contributes to her effectiveness in providing high quality supportive services to our consumers. 


P: (202) 810- 6679

Sabrina Barbour
Program Manager for Greenbelt, MD PSH

 A five unit apartment style building servicing both homeless individuals and families at 6113 Breezewood Court, #204, Greenbelt, MD  20770


Sabrina Barbour has been in the field of employment and housing case management for 5+ years. In this capacity she has had the pleasure of working under several programs, namely, the Center for Creative Nonviolence Employment and Housing Supportive Service Program, the Naylor Road Family Shelter, and the Prince George’s House Emergency and Transitional Men’s Shelter. Her work has allowed her the opportunity to assist individuals and families experiencing short and long-term bouts of homelessness, to apply for local and federally supported aid, become gainfully employed, and find permanent and stable housing. Interesting tidbits- Sabrina is Certified SOAR Trained (SSI/SSDI Outreach Access and Recovery).

P: (301) 982-5025

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