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Kate Toth

Kate Toth

Executive Director

With a background in advocacy, program development and fundraising, Kate has more than 15 years supporting and empowering vulnerable communities.

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Kate Toth is Executive Director of Bricks and Mortals, a project of Judson Memorial Church, which has the mission of providing creative, sustaining solutions to help houses of worship thrive amidst the costly and challenging landscape of operating in New York City.


With a background in advocacy, program development and fundraising, Kate has more than 15 years supporting and empowering vulnerable communities. Kate has worked as an LGBT Liaison, run field campaigns across the Northeast, and in supportive housing. She holds an BA from New York University and an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Kate was a Fellow in the NYU Wagner FELPS program and is a New York Community Trust Leadership Fellow and an Urban Design Forum Fellow. She's proud to be a born and bred New Yorker.

Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper

Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper

Founder

Associate professor for religious leadership at Hartford Seminary, former Senior Minister for Judson Memorial Church, and author of 38 books, most recently REMOVE THE PEWS

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The Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper, formerly of Judson Memorial Church and before that Coral Gables Congregational Church in Miami, and Yale University. She was the Senior Minister for Judson Memorial Church on the corner of Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, New York City from 2005 until May 2021. She is associate professor for religious leadership at Hartford Seminary and author of 38 books, most recently REMOVE THE PEWS.

Rhonda-Lee Davis

Rhonda-Lee Davis

Project Manager

Trained urban planner who has worked to secure successful housing transitions for young adults who have aged out of foster care.

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Rhonda-Lee Davis is a Project Manager for the Partnership for Affordable Housing and Community Development. She is a trained urban planner who has worked to secure successful housing transitions for young adults who have aged out of foster care. She is passionate about the role affordable housing and financial inclusion play in promoting livable urban communities for all New Yorkers. She earned her Master of Urban Planning from CUNY Hunter College.


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Co-Chairs

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Jason Labate

Jason Labate

Co-Chair

Jason Labate is an attorney focusing on faith-based development, not-for-profit law, affordable housing & community development.

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Jason Labate is an attorney focusing on faith-based development, not-for-profit law, affordable housing & community development. He is a frequent presenter on faith based & non-profit real estate issues & is a co-author of Changing the Paradigm: Creating Scale & Keeping Local Expertise in Nonprofit Affordable Housing Development in the Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law. Jason has a JD from Brooklyn Law School and MPA from NYU and a BA from the University of Chicago.

Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper

Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper

Co-Chair

Associate professor for religious leadership at Hartford Seminary, former Senior Minister for Judson Memorial Church, and author of 38 books, most recently REMOVE THE PEWS

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The Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper, formerly of Judson Memorial Church and before that Coral Gables Congregational Church in Miami , and Yale University. She was the Senior Minister for Judson Memorial Church on the corner of Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, New York City from 2005 until May 2021. She is associate professor for religious leadership at Hartford Seminary and author of 38 books, most recently REMOVE THE PEWS.

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Taylor Aikin

Taylor Aikin

Associate Partner with MBB Architects

Taylor Aikin is an Associate Partner with MBB Architects where he leads a broad range of project types and scales from cultural and educational to religious and residential.

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Taylor Aikin is an Associate Partner with MBB Architects where he leads a broad range of project types and scales from cultural and educational to religious and residential. He is experienced in all aspects of project delivery, including master planning and feasibility through all design phases and construction administration. With over 15 years’ experience he has helped a broad range of clients from families to developers to global institutions realize their aspirations through strategic planning and outstanding design. Taylor, a licensed architect and LEED Green Associate, holds a Master of Architecture from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, and a Bachelor of Environmental Design in Architecture from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Dr. Debbie Almontaser

Dr. Debbie Almontaser

Educator

Dr. Debbie Almontaser is an internationally recognized, award-winning educator, entrepreneur, speaker, authority on cross cultural understanding and author of Leading While Muslim.

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Dr. Debbie Almontaser is an internationally recognized, award-winning educator, entrepreneur, speaker, authority on cross cultural understanding and author of Leading While Muslim. She is an influential community leader and the Founder and CEO of Bridging Cultures Group Inc., a for-profit business that provides professional development and coaching for companies, universities, firms, and K–12 education personnel. Dr. Almontaser was the founding and former principal of the Khalil Gibran International Academy in Brooklyn, NY. A twenty-five-year veteran of the NYC Public School System, she taught special education, inclusion, trained teachers in literacy, and served as a multicultural specialist and diversity advisor. Currently, she is the Board President of the Muslim Community Network and sits on the boards of Therapy and Learning Center Preschool, 21in21, EMGAGE National, and ADC National.


Meta Brunzema

Meta Brunzema

Architect and Urban Designer

Meta Brunzema is an architect and urban designer focusing on socially progressive, culturally rich and climate-neutral design.

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Meta Brunzema is an architect and urban designer focusing on socially progressive, culturally rich and climate-neutral design. Working with public agencies, non-profit organizations and private clients, her designs foster resilience and re-ignite curiosity and meaningful engagement with the world. Her work includes large-scale re-zonings, waterfront developments, urban parks, promenades and green infrastructure - as well as public open spaces. Her architectural and adaptive re-use work focuses on the design of healthy and sustainable buildings and interiors. She is currently co-developing WE_GENERATE (beta), an interactive parametric real-estate feasibility analysis and visualization tool that democratizes community planning processes.

Rev. Peter Cook

Rev. Peter Cook

Executive Director

Rev. Peter Cook serves as Executive Director of the New York State Council of Churches which represents 7,000 congregations across the state of New York.

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Rev. Peter Cook serves as Executive Director of the New York State Council of Churches which represents 7,000 congregations across the state of New York. In his pastoral roles, he has been a strong advocate for the development of affordable housing. He currently serves as Vice-President of the Interfaith Affordable Housing Collaborative and is directing the Council’s Who is My Neighbor Community Development Initiative to help faith institutions use their property to better serve their town. The Council is also part of the Faith-Based Affordable Housing and Community Development Partnership recently funded by Trinity Church Wall Street. The Partnership helps congregations in New York use their property to build affordable housing and promote more just housing policies.


Rev. Dr. Audley Donaldson

Rev. Dr. Audley Donaldson

Priest

Established the Lena and Lester Donaldson Memorial Scholarship

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Rev. Dr. Audley Donaldson is an ordained Episcopal Priest who preached his first sermon when he was only fourteen years old. His religious formation began at St. Mary’s Church in Negril, Jamaica where as an Acolyte he honed his skills as a leader and public speaker. After graduating from Manning’s School in June 1975, he was accepted at the United Theological College of the West Indies and in September 1976 started his theological training. He then received a Bachelor’s Degree with second class honors from the University of the West Indies in 1980 and was ordained to the Priesthood in July 1980. He migrated to the United States in 1984 after accepting a scholarship from Yale School of Medicine and Yale Divinity School. At Yale University, he completed a one year residency in Clinical Pastoral Education and a Master's of Sacred Theology. And in 1992, he completed a Doctor of Ministry program at New York Theological Seminary. 


In the United States, Rev. Dr. Donaldson served as College Chaplain at Voorhees College, South Carolina and Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, New York. As the Director of Constituency Building at the Family Resource Coalition of America, he was largely responsible for designing a series of National conferences and symposiums with diverse communities in the United States. He has provided technical assistance to Federal, State and community based organizations in over forty states. Presently Rev. Dr. Donaldson is the Rector at St. Stephen and St. Martin Episcopal Church, before being the Priest in Charge there and at the Church of the Redeemer both located in Brooklyn. His proudest accomplishment is the establishment of the Lena and Lester Donaldson Memorial Scholarship. In addition, following a partnership with Notias Construction, Rev. Dr. Donaldson oversaw the construction of the new St. Stephen and St. Martins Episcopal church. This multi million, state of the art church sits at the corner of Patchen Ave and Jefferson Ave in Brooklyn.

Rev. Dr. Cheryl F. Dudley

Rev. Dr. Cheryl F. Dudley

Regional Executive Minister

The Rev. Dr. Cheryl F. Dudley is the the Regional Executive Minister of the American Baptist Churches of Metropolitan New York, serving since May 1, 2015.

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The Rev. Dr. Cheryl F. Dudley is the the Regional Executive Minister of the American Baptist Churches of Metropolitan New York, serving since May 1, 2015. Ordained in the American Baptist Churches USA tradition at First Baptist Church in Phoenix, Arizona, where she was raised, she has served since then through the years has served in several locations. She is very glad to call New York City her home, living in Manhattan since 2006. Cheryl has earned a BA in Sociology from Pomona College, Claremont, CA, and an M.Div from Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ, and a DMin in Executive Leadership from McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL.

Rev. Dr. Patrick Garnet Duggan

Rev. Dr. Patrick Garnet Duggan

Executive Director of CB&LF

Dr. Duggan has amassed nearly two decades of economic and community development expertise through his work in government and the public sector on Long Island

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The Reverend Doctor Patrick Garnet Duggan is an ordained clergyperson in the United Church of Christ (UCC). He holds the Bachelor of Arts from Harvard University, the Master of Divinity and the Doctor of Ministry degrees, both from New York Theological Seminary. Dr. Duggan is the Senior Pastor of the Congregational Church of South Hempstead UCC where he has led sustained membership growth and missional vitality for over 25 years. Since 2012 Dr. Duggan has also served as Executive Director of the UCC Church Building and Loan Fund (CB&LF). CB&LF has financed over 4,000 church real estate projects since 1853. CB&LF assists UCC and other Christian churches in the United States to Plan, Raise, Finance and Build church real estate projects. CB&LF’s strategic vision is to transform communities by helping the church live into God’s economy.


CB&LF’s focus for nearly a decade has been on church real estate development projects at the leading edge of missional transformation. These projects include the redevelopment of several church properties for affordable housing development, CB&LF’s first New Markets Tax Credit community development project, a LEED-certified green-building renovation, and the rezoning of several church properties for new, mission-aligned uses. These projects advance the mission of the church, create new revenue streams, and meet urgent needs in the communities they serve. A native New Yorker, a preacher, and a transformational denominational executive, Dr. Duggan and his wife Patricia, a charter school administrator, are the parents of three sons and proud grandparents of two girls and two boys.

Gianfranco Grande

Gianfranco Grande

Nonprofit Executive

Gianfranco Grande brings over 25 years of experience in management of nonprofit organizations and capital campaign fundraising to his role as Executive Vice President of Partners for Sacred Places.

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Gianfranco Grande brings over 25 years of experience in management of nonprofit organizations and capital campaign fundraising to his role as Executive Vice President of Partners for Sacred Places. Educated at the Vatican Seminary, Gianfranco has worked with more than 1,000 community-serving urban congregations and built strategic relationships with local faith leaders, lay leaders, community leaders, universities, seminaries, public officials, foundations, and philanthropists since joining Partners in 2008. In 2012, he was awarded the Richard Nickel Award from the Institute of Architects (AIA) Illinois, recognizing his dedication to the principles of livable communities through grassroots initiatives, and over the last 20 years, he has successfully helped to raise over $80 million. In 2014, Gianfranco was inducted into the Board of Sponsors of Martin Luther King, Jr. College of Ministers and Laity of Morehouse College. He has served as Board Chairman of the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Terre Haute, IN, as well as member of the Board of Trustees of Preservation Action and a past member of the Board of Trustees of the Council for a Parliament of the World’s Religions.  


Marc Greenberg

Marc Greenberg

Executive Director

Marc Greenberg is the Executive Director and co-founder of the Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and housing.

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Marc Greenberg is the Executive Director and co-founder of the Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and housing. Since the Assembly’s establishment in 1985, Marc has been addressing homelessness through advocating public policy solutions and other strategies in partnership with an ever broadening network of faith communities, other advocates, housing and service providers, elected officials and those who have experienced homelessness.

Rev. Joseph H. Holland

Rev. Joseph H. Holland

Attorney

Rev. Joseph H. Holland is an attorney, entrepreneur, government official, writer and ordained minister with over thirty-five years of experience of serving the community.

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Rev. Joseph H. Holland is an attorney, entrepreneur, government official, writer and ordained minister with over thirty-five years of experience of serving the community. Holland began his government career as Director and General Counsel to the New York State Senate Committee on Housing and Community Development and subsequently served as New York State Housing Commissioner where he managed over 1,500 employees and orchestrated the planning and funding of thousands of units of affordable housing in various locations across New York State. Holland operated a Harlem-based real estate law practice and used his management skills to build commercial enterprises and expand employment opportunities in Harlem. Holland’s new book - “The Vigorous Virtues: Daily Success Principles From Diverse American Founders” was released in November 2019. A graduate of Cornell University, where he earned a B.A. and M.A. and was an All-American and Academic All-American football player, Holland has served as a member of the University's Board of Trustees since 1988. He holds his J.D. degree from Harvard Law School. 

Jason Labate

Jason Labate

Attorney

Jason Labate is an attorney focusing on faith-based development, not-for-profit law, affordable housing & community development.

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Jason Labate is an attorney focusing on faith-based development, not-for-profit law, affordable housing & community development. He is a frequent presenter on faith based & non-profit real estate issues & is a co-author of Changing the Paradigm: Creating Scale & Keeping Local Expertise in Nonprofit Affordable Housing Development in the Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law. Jason has a JD from Brooklyn Law School and MPA from NYU and a BA from the University of Chicago.


Roger Leaf

Roger Leaf

Chair of Budget and Finance

Roger Leaf is an elder of The First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York, where he has served as President of the Board of Trustees, Church Treasurer, and Chair of the Finance Committee.

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Roger Leaf is an elder of The First Presbyterian Church in the City of New York, where he has served as President of the Board of Trustees, Church Treasurer, and Chair of the Finance Committee. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the Presbytery of NYC, where he is Chair of the Budget and Finance Committee and a member of the Investment and Audit Committees. Mr. Leaf is a retired Wall Street banker who over a 40-year career worked in mergers and acquisitions; was acting CFO of a large broker-dealer; CFO of a start-up technology company; COO of a major Fixed Income Trading department; head of a Capital Markets Group; and an investment banker. He has a BA in Economics from Heidelberg University, an MBA in Finance from NYU’s Stern School, and additional graduate study at NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service.

Gilford T. Monrose

Gilford T. Monrose

Pastor

He currently serves as a Board member for the Flatbush YMCA, and on the Advisory Board for Boys Town. Furthermore, Pastor Gil served as Vice President of various organizations; The St. Lucia House Foundation, Church of God 7th Day Pastor's Network, Inc., and, Churches United to Save and Heal. 

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Gilford T Monrose, a native of the US Virgin Islands, moved to New York in 1999 to pursue his studies in the form of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology and Bible Studies at Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary, and to marry the love of his life, Dianne Thomas. Gilford always had a lifelong dream of serving the church, especially the youths, and as such functioned as Youth Director for five years, developing programs for our young people at the now historic Mt. Zion Church of God 7th Day. In May 2005, Gilford was ordained to the ministry as Pastor, where he continues to show great and unyielding love for his church and its members. Pastor Gil's established the Catch The Vision (CTV) Youth Conferences, which has empowered youths, leaders, and marriages, and has attracted youths and adults alike from around the world since 2002. He also initiated the Unity Gospel Fest at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center to bring together spiritual and physical wellness. Gilford's life of service is further portrayed through his work as Chaplain for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and as Director of the Faith Based and Clergy Initiative at the Brooklyn Borough President's Office. He currently serves as a Board member for the Flatbush YMCA, and on the Advisory Board for Boys Town. Furthermore, Pastor Gil served as Vice President of various organizations; The St. Lucia House Foundation, Church of God 7th Day Pastor's Network, Inc., and, Churches United to Save and Heal. 

Bishop Angelo M. Rosario

Bishop Angelo M. Rosario

CEO - BxCRF - ArchBishop

The youngest member of Assembly of Christian Churches ordained at the age of 20. Studied at Mizpa University in PR, and professor of religious studies at Assembly of Christian Churches.

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Received an Honorary Doctorate from the Latin University of Theology. He is a military veteran from the U.S. Army stationed in Vietnam and Korea. Bishop Rosario and his wife Bishop Nancy Rosario are founders of the independent faith-based house of Worship – Church of God’s Children, Inc. in Co-op City since 1990. He is CEO of the Bronx Clergy Task Force an arm of the Bx. Boro President’s Office of Faith-based Initiatives since 2004. He has been successful in creating a task force of all faiths and denominations.

With the Bx. Task Force, he has sponsored numerous job, health, college fairs and the Annual Interfaith Peace & Health Breakfast, honoring other faith leaders and civil leaders for their work, commitment and dedication to their communities. A member of the Mayor’s Clergy Advisory Council, Jewish Community Relations Council and American Clergy Leadership Conference. Bishop Rosario and wife are speakers throughout various states and countries, including Korea, Israel, Dominican Republic, St. Lucia. They have been labeled as the ‘Dynamic Duo’. Bishop Rosario has been an advocate for at-risk youth, domestic violence, poverty areas and women’s rights. He believes in One Race – The Human Race. He is the advisor to the National Community Peacebuilding Commission. Has received numerous citations from public officials. In addition to his pastoral duties, he retired from Riverbay Corporation, the largest housing Co-op in the U.S. as Director of the Restoration/Construction Dept. and now serves on the 15-member Board of Directors of the Riverbay Corp. He is blessed with a family of 8 girls, 2 boys (5 of them are pastors); 24 grandchildren-the first grandchild recently ordained; and 25 great-grandchildren.  


Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper

Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper

Senior Minister

She has been at Judson 15 years. She is associate professor for religious leadership at Hartford Seminary and author of 38 books, most recently REMOVE THE PEWS.

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The Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper, formerly at Coral Gables Congregational Church in Miami and before that at Yale University, is Senior Minister for Judson Memorial Church on the corner of Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, New York City. She has been at Judson 15 years. She is associate professor for religious leadership at Hartford Seminary and author of 38 books, most recently REMOVE THE PEWS.


Ira Schuman

Ira Schuman

Executive Vice President and Director

Ira Schuman is an executive vice president and director at Savills. Since joining in 1978 (then Studley), he has represented countless clients in a number of industries while specializing in the legal, nonprofit and educational sectors.

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In addition to serving as vice chairman and a member of the firm’s board of directors, Ira is also co-branch manager of the firm’s New York office. Ira is a frequent speaker at real estate forums and has contributed articles to various real estate publications. He has also spoken at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York’s Dirt Lawyers’ Luncheon on real estate leasing. He has been featured in several articles including The Commercial Observer's Power Broker column entitled "The Inventor: Studley Legend's Knack for Tinkering Transfers to Game-Changers" as well as in Real Estate Weekly for winning REBNY's ‘Most Ingenious Deal of the Year’ award. In fact, Ira has won the coveted award three times in the past 10 years.

Rev. Dr. Bill Shillady

Rev. Dr. Bill Shillady

Pastor

He is on the Mayor’s Faith leaders advisory council. He is a member of the Bricks and Mortals Board of Directors, an agency helping churches to utilize their properties in creative ways.

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Rev. Dr. Bill Shillady has been a pastor of three churches in the New York Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. He served at Asbury Crestwood UMC in Yonkers, NY, the Mamaroneck UMC on the Sound Shore, and the Park Avenue UMC in NYC. In 2008, he became the executive of the United Methodist City Society, a multi-faceted mission program agency of the United Methodist Church in the metro area. Their programs range from children and youth, social service agencies, addiction recovery services, affordable housing, and managing a cemetery. The agency covers from cradle to grave.  

Bill has held many offices and served on many boards. He is on the Mayor’s Faith leaders advisory council. He is a member of the Bricks and Mortals Board of Directors, an agency helping churches to utilize their properties in creative ways. He is the treasurer of the Council of Churches of the City of New York. He has been a pastor to the Clinton family since 2002.   

Neil Steinkamp

Neil Steinkamp

Managing Director

Neil Steinkamp is a Managing Director at Stout and the leader of the firm’s Transformative Change practice as well as Stout’s Pro Bono practice.

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Neil is a recognized expert and consultant on a broad range of strategic, corporate, and financial issues to business and community leaders and their advisors. He has led a wide range of pro bono and social justice projects, including analyses impacting NYC’s historic right-to-counsel initiative for low-income tenants and eviction right to counsel cost-benefits studies contributing to groundbreaking legislation and programs in Philadelphia, Cleveland and Los Angeles. He also currently serves as the Evaluator of the Cleveland Eviction Right to Counsel which launched on July 1, 2020. In addition, earlier this year Neil developed innovative analyses of renter household instability caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  He currently serves as consultant to the New York Permanent Commission on Access to Justice. He assisted that Commission in the development of a Strategic Action Plan to provide effective assistance to all low-income New Yorkers in matters affecting the essentials of life and is now assisting the Commission in the implementation of that Strategic Action Plan. He has also been recognized for his contributions and commitment to access to justice and the application of pro bono financial and economic expertise for low-income individuals.

Rev. Dr. Damaris D. Whittaker

Rev. Dr. Damaris D. Whittaker

United Church of Christ (UCC) Minister.

She is the first woman to serve Fort Washington Collegiate Church and the first Latina to serve The Collegiate Churches of New York in their 400 year history.

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Rev. Dr. Damaris D. Whittaker is a United Church of Christ (UCC) minister. She is the first woman to serve Fort Washington Collegiate Church and the first Latina to serve The Collegiate Churches of New York in their 400 year history. Her personal faith journey has been diverse. She has a spirit-led style of preaching and leads worship services that are reflective of the cultural diversity of her congregations. Dr. Whittaker is a public theologian deeply passionate about social justice advocating for racial justice, LGBTQ equality, immigration reform, women’s leadership, universal healthcare, and affordable housing. She is an prolific writer and has published numerous articles. Dr. Whittaker believes she has been called to break down silos and sees intersectionality of faith as a place she can affect change. When not in church, she loves reading, dancing, gardening, kayaking and walking/jogging. Dr. Whittaker is originally from Humacao, Puerto Rico.

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Leadership Committee Members

Bricks & Mortals members who help us lead the way
Taylor Aikin
Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects
Rabbi Elan Babchuck
Glean Network, Clal
Braham Berg
Impact Developer + Designer, Principal Consultant, BBB3RG LLC
Meta Brunzema
Collective for Community, Culture and Environment
Stephanie Chan
Office of the Manhattan Borough President
Lopez-Joël Dautruche
Judson Memorial Church
Richard Van Deusen
Ethical Culture
Karen DiLossi
Partners for Sacred Places
Patrick Duggan
UCC Church Building & Loan Fund
Matthew Dunbar
Habitat for Humanity
Rev. Robert Foltz-Morrison
Presbytery of NYC
Marc Greenberg
Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing
Rev. Joseph Holland
400 Foundation
Ted Houghton
Gateway Housing
Breanna Hudson
Enterprise Community Partners
Breanna Hudson
Enterprise Community Partners
Ali Kaba
Muslim Community Network NY
Jason Labate
Goldstein Hall
Roger Leaf
Presbytery of NYC
Lesley Mctague
David Stark Design & Production
Myers Mermel
Tenant Wise
Pat O'Connell
The Center at West Park
Ugochi Onyeukwu
The Riverside Church in NYC
Rev. Dr. Nigel Pearce
Grace Congregational Church of Harlem
Rev. Valerie Ross
United Church of Christ, NY Conference
Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper
Judson Memorial Church
Rev. Dr. William Shillady
The United Methodist City Society
Rev. Dr. Scott Stearman
Metro Baptist Church
Randall Toure
Riseboro Community Partnership
Rev. Schuyler Vogel
Senior Minister, Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York
⦿ Taylor Aikin, Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects
⦿ Rabbi Elan Babchuck, Glean Network, Clal
⦿ Braham Berg, Impact Developer + Designer, Principal Consultant, BBB3RG LLC
⦿Meta Brunzema, Collective for Community, Culture and Environment
⦿ Lopez-Joël Dautruche, Judson Memorial Church
⦿ Karen DiLossi, Partners for Sacred Places
⦿ Patrick Duggan, UCC Church Building & Loan Fund
⦿ Matthew Dunbar, Habitat for Humanity
⦿ Rev. Robert Foltz-Morrison, Presbytery of NYC
⦿ Marc Greenberg, Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing
⦿ Rev. Joseph Holland, 400 Foundation
⦿ Breanna Hudson, Enterprise Community Partners
⦿ Jason Labate, Goldstein Hall
⦿ Roger Leaf, Presbytery of NYC
⦿ Lesley Mctague, David Stark Design & Production
⦿ Myers Mermel, Tenant Wise
⦿ Pat O'Connell, West Park Presbyterian Church
⦿ Ugochi Onyeukwu, The Riverside Church in NYC
⦿ Rev. Dr. Nigel Pearce, Grace Congregational Church of Harlem
⦿ Rev. Valerie Ross, United Church of Christ, NY Conference
⦿ Rev. Dr. Donna Schaper, Judson Memorial Church
⦿ Rev. Dr. William Shillady, The United Methodist City Society
⦿ Rev. Dr. Scott Stearman, Metro Baptist Church
⦿ Randall Toure, Riseboro Community Partnership
⦿ Richard Van Deusen, Ethical Culture
⦿ Rev. Schuyler Vogel, Senior Minister, Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York

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List of Funders

Organizations that support us
United Church of Christ Church Building and Loan Fund
City Seminary of New York
United Church of Christ
FX Collaborative
Goldstein Hall
West End Collegiate Church
Trinity Church Wall Street
The United Methodist City Society
Savills
Presbytery of New York City
New York City Council
New York Community Trust
Lilly Endowment Inc.

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