We are excited to welcome three new AmeriCorps members to the Rebuilding Together Twin Cities team: Christopher Lyle, Sabrina Moore, and Kyle Sharp.
Chris earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Web and Multimedia Environments from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design last year. He is skilled in both graphic design and videography and has extensive experience in working with people of a variety of socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.
Sabrina has a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from California State University at Northridge. Prior to joining our team, Sabrina served a year as the AmeriCorps Technology Coordinator for Saint Paul Public Housing. She has experience in working with a variety of nonprofit organizations, including the American Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity.
Kyle holds a Bachelor of Arts in Law, Politics, and Society and History from Drake University in Des Moines. He has experience in working for nonprofit organizations, including Catholic Charities, and an interest in working on issues related to affordable housing and the challenges faced by low-income individuals and communities.
This is the seventh year that Rebuilding Together has been awarded an AmeriCorps grant through the Corporation for National and Community Service. The goal of the AmeriCorps CapacityCorps program is to build the capacity of grassroots Rebuilding Together programs so they can be more sustainable, effective, and efficient in helping homeowners in need. Welcome Chris, Sabrina and Kyle!