Elizabeth Langgle-Martin joins our team as a Street Outreach and Resource Navigator. Elizabeth has a Master’s in Social Work from Florida State University and has worked in Housing First programs, emergency resource centers, and with individuals with mental health struggles in addition to outreach. In early 2014, Elizabeth and her family said goodbye to the Sunshine State and moved to Music City to be a part of Nashville’s efforts to end chronic homelessness. In her free time Elizabeth can be found hiking with her husband and two rescue pups, hanging with her backyard flock of chickens or trying to keep her tomato plants alive.
Lindsey has been doing homeless outreach, housing advocacy, and community organizing in Nashville since 2007. She was ordained in 2013 and also serves as a street chaplain. She is passionate about education and can be found in tent cities, washing feet on the streets, leading groups around downtown, and foraging for native herbs and plants.
Peyton Williams is a second year graduate student at Vanderbilt Divinity School.
Ben is currently a junior at Belmont and is super excited to be working with Open Table.