Our team ensures that approximately 30 families (about 100 individuals) facing homelessness in St. Louis are well cared for each year.
Kim Schave is a Certified Public Accountant who has served in various leadership roles within nonprofit organizations. Kim earned a PhD in organizational leadership (business management concentration) from Eastern University with a research emphasis on Fortune 500 corporation partnerships with faith-based non-profit organizations. She earned a master’s degree in religion and the deaconess certificate at Concordia Theological Seminary as well as a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Cincinnati. Kim also serves as an Adjunct Faculty member in the MBA programs at Concordia University-Chicago and Missouri Baptist University. Kim’s career has involved service at the intersection of faith and commerce where she has been able to live out her passion for caring for the marginalized. When not busy working and teaching, she enjoys hiking and camping with her husband and spending time with her four adult children.
Lorri Holtgrieve is a seasoned development and marketing professional with 20+ years of experience in the non-profit sector. A passionate communicator, she enjoys aligning business plans with marketing/communication tactics that result in increased affinity for mission and deeper organizational engagement. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in communication and spanish from Saint Louis University as well as a master’s degree in communication management from Webster University. When not working, Lorri enjoys spending time with her husband and son as well as cooking, gardening and reading.
Amy Kaufman began her journey with Humanitri in 1999 as a client. In 2001, she was hired as a case manager for the homeless program. Her drive and intellect have elevated her from manager to her current role. Amy is most proud to work for Humanitri, an agency that changed her life, and for the privilege of assisting others in changing theirs. When not working, Amy cherishes time with her husband, adult children and friends. She recently began to journal and meditate daily to amplify gratitude and grace in her life.
Ashley Moore is a diligent advocate for children and families. She has worked in the field of social services since 2012 in a variety of roles, most recently as a child abuse and neglect investigator for the State of Missouri. She holds a master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University and a bachelor’s degree in human services and psychology from Missouri Baptist University. Outside of work, Ashley enjoys spending time with family and friends, baking, crafting and reading. She is a fierce proponent of body positivity, self-discovery, self-worth and self-love—and she works to share the importance of these positive perspectives with her clients.
Amber Wilson serves as the marketing coordinator for Humanitri. She is responsible for working with a variety of social media platforms as well as graphic design for digital and print. Additionally, she supports the work of the team through office organization and event coordination as needed. Outside of work, she enjoys reading fictional books, watching movies, roller skating, and using Pinterest for crafting ideas.
Sam Hayes has been with Humanitri since January 2000. As maintenance supervisor, Sam is responsible for all Humanitri properties and does everything from painting to landscaping and beyond. He also serves as the face of Humanitri when he goes out to pick up donations for the organization or works side-by-side with corporate volunteers on projects related to the properties. Sam loves spending time with his wife, children and grandkids. When he’s not at home with his family, he’s coaching basketball or watching sports—especially his beloved St. Louis Cardinals.