Lindsey Krinks is the Education and Street Chaplaincy Coordinator and co-founder of Open Table Nashville. Lindsey has worked in homeless outreach, housing advocacy, community organizing, and education in Nashville since 2007 and is dedicated to journeying with those who are marginalized, both on and off the streets. She is a Beatitudes Society Fellow, completed a year-long street chaplaincy residence through the Clinical Pastoral Education program at St. Thomas in August 2015, and graduated from Vanderbilt Divinity School with a Master of Theological Studies degree in May 2013. While at Vanderbilt, she was a Cal Turner Fellow, a Brandon Scholar, and a Community Engagement Fellow. Lindsey was ordained in October 2013 and can be found in tent cities, washing feet on the streets, leading groups around downtown, and foraging for native herbs and plants. To learn more about Lindsey’s work, visit her blog.
Emily Allison-Hearn is the Communications Coordinator for Open Table Nashville.
If not painting, gardening, or militantly composting, Ingrid is probably traveling, reading, working crossword puzzles, or kayaking at her parent’s farm.
Austin Sauerbrei serves as a shared community organizer with Open Table Nashville and the Edgehill Neighborhood Partnership.