Georgia is a social work student at Belmont University. She first became involved with Open Table after Lindsey came to speak to one of her classes about the affordable housing crisis in Nashville. After volunteering for a cold weather canvassing effort, she fell in love with the OTN mission and values. She is honored to join the team and can not wait to build meaningful relationships with our friends. In her downtime, Georgia enjoys spending time outside with her dog, reading, making art and playing board games with loved ones.
Judy Ives serves as a volunteer working with the chaplains. She visits with our friends that have found permanent housing providing spiritual support and friendship.
Whitney developed a love for justice, eventually becoming a member and taking on leadership positions in the Nashville Feminist Collective, Christ the King Catholic Church, Workers’ Dignity, and the Nashville chapter of Black Lives Matter.
For almost a decade, Te’aira spent time working with individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty in the school systems, combating against disability oppression in Cameroon and doing community organizing work in West Baltimore.