Our team ensures that approximately 30 families 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. 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 program at Concordia University-Chicago and at Missouri Baptist University.
Amy Kaufman began her journey with the agency in 1999 as a client. In 2001, Amy became a Case Manager in the homeless program. Her drive and intellect have since elevated Amy from Director of Development to Director of Operations and Programs. Amy is most proud to work for Humanitri, an agency that changed her life, and for the privilege of assisting others in changing theirs.
Ashley holds a Bachelors degree in Human Services with a minor in Psychology. She has worked in the field of social services since 2012, beginning her career as a Child Specialist at Bridgeway Behavioral Health where she was promoted to Children’s Program Director. Prior to serving with Humanitri, Ashley worked as a child abuse and neglect investigator for the State of Missouri.
Debbie holds a Master’s Degree in Youth and Family Ministry from Luther Seminary, a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Communication from Concordia University, and an Associate’s Degree in Human Services. She has served as a Youth and Family Minister and as a Director of Christian Education for over 20 years. She looks forward to conversations with you to learn about your God given gifts and interests and how you can share those gifts to volunteer and partner in ministry with Humanitri. Debbie also serves as Founder and CEO of Joyful Adventures, a small nonprofit whose mission is to inspire youth and adults to seek peace and social justice for all.