PATH ACADEMY OVERVIEW

HONE YOUR SKILLS AND DEVELOP PROFESSIONAL CONNECTIONS TO TAKE YOUR CAREER AND LEADERSHIP TO NEW LEVELS

11 MONTH PROGRAM

TWO MEETINGS PER MONTH (ONLINE AND IN PERSON WHEN PERMITTED)

5-10 HOUR MONTHLY TIME COMMITMENT

CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR ACADEMY MEMBERS

UPON COMPLETION, SALARY INCREASE OF $2,500 PER YEAR

EACH MEMBER WILL RECEIVE IPAD OR MICROSOFT SURFACE/KEYBOARD/STYLUS

STIPEND OF $100 PER MONTH DURING THE YEAR OF ENROLLMENT

ALL EMERGING LEADERS ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY. INCLUDES ALL STAFF FROM ASSOCIATE THROUGH ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR LEVELS

Check out the PATH Academy Overview 2021-2022

PATH ACADEMY EXPERIENCE

Bringing together a statewide cohort of leaders, PATH Academy creates a vibrant community of leaders prepared to transform organizations, industries, and the world.

Building on our PATH for All, diversity, equity and inclusion plan, we are taking steps toward discovering how racial inequity causes homelessness and how PATH and PATH Ventures can further its mission to end homelessness.

A state-wide community of peers, learning a diverse set of perspectives on leadership, networking, and support.

MEET THE 2022-2023 PATH ACADEMY FELLOWS

Isaura Alvarez

Program Manager at Zephyr

Isaura Alvarez

Program Manager at Zephyr

Rosa M. Arroyo

Program Manager Intake and Assessment

Rosa M. Arroyo

Program Manager Intake and Assessment

Ashley Barrett

Associate Director, SPA 5

Ashley Barrett

Associate Director, SPA 5

Michael Busse

Project Director, PATH Ventures

Michael Busse

Project Director, PATH Ventures

Joan Cora

Program Manager, SPA 7 Older Adult Services

Joan Cora

Program Manager, SPA 7 Older Adult Services

Livia Crim

Program Associate for San Diego's C3 program

Livia Crim

Program Associate for San Diego’s C3 program

Hannah Drath

Housing Team Supervisor, Rapid Rehousing Programs

Hannah Drath

Housing Team Supervisor, Rapid Rehousing Programs

Celina Garcia

Benefits Coordinator, Human Resources

Celina Garcia

Benefits Coordinator, Human Resources

Justin Ha

Project Coordinator, PATH Ventures

Justin Ha

Project Coordinator, PATH Ventures

Karisa Hernandez Cinco

Case Manager, Interim Housing

Karisa Hernandez Cinco

Case Manager, Interim Housing

Ashley Lee Riley

Case Manager Il: EIH

Ashley Lee Riley

Case Manager Il: EIH

Kalei Levy

Associate Director, SPA 5

Kalei Levy

Associate Director, SPA 5

Brandy Linares

SSVF Program Manager

Brandy Linares

SSVF Program Manager

Ana Lynch

Program Manager for Winnetka Village/ResedaTheaters

Ana Lynch

Program Manager for Winnetka Village/ResedaTheaters

Kimberly D. Moore

HUD VASH Social Worker

Kimberly D. Moore

HUD VASH Social Worker

Alfredo Moran

Program Manager, SSVF

Alfredo Moran

Program Manager, SSVF

Camille Saye

Program Manager, Yale Navigation Center

Camille Saye

Program Manager, Yale Navigation Center

Cory Stapleton

Program Manager, Coordinated Street Outreach and Mobile Homelessness Resolution Team

Cory Stapleton

Program Manager, Coordinated Street Outreach and Mobile Homelessness Resolution Team

Sneshia Stribling

Mobile Homelessness Resolution Team HUD-VASH Case Manager, Veteran Services

Sneshia Stribling

Mobile Homelessness Resolution Team

HUD-VASH Case Manager, Veteran Services

Parish Thomas Gilliam

ABH Housing Navigation Lead Case Manager

Parish Thomas Gilliam

ABH Housing Navigation Lead Case Manager

Ebony Trujillo

Mediation Specialist, HPP

Ebony Trujillo

Mediation Specialist, HPP

Lawrence Walker

VASH Housing Navigator

Lawrence Walker

VASH Housing Navigator

Jason White

Employment Specialist, Veterans

Jason White

Employment Specialist, Veterans

HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR FELLOWS

The first PATH Academy year-long cohort launched in August 2021 after a selection committee comprised of one board member, one leadership staff and a consultant group, Racial Equity Partners, narrowed down the applicant list to 25. The first meeting in August set the structure for learning and sharing together as the fellows shared their history and their ambitions for shaping the future of the academy.

In September, our board mentors joined the fellows, and shared why they became involved in ending homelessness and how critical the board of directors are to meeting the organization’s mission to end homelessness for individuals, families and communities. In breakout sessions, board mentors met their mentees and began the foundation for a long-term supportive relationship.

In October, the academy fellows came together in person for a training on media and oral presentations and then the fellows met in their mentorship pods to reflect on the training and plan for future sessions.

For November, the fellows will be receiving an overview of PATH’s public policy work and learn how to be successful advocates at the local, state and federal level. There is much more to come, and the most powerful component is how, in just three sessions, the fellows have shared the significant impact of their time together, the excitement for what is next and how quickly the PATH Academy has become the highlight of their work within the organization.

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