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Michelle received her Masters in social work from Boston University and has 20+ years of experience working as a social worker and program manager. Michelle enjoys building relationships with families and helping to connect them to critical resources. She looks forward to working with GPFP staff and volunteers to build on our programing to further help families experiencing homelessness. In her free time Michelle enjoys walking her dog Silvie at Higgins beach and doing yoga.
Courtney Tabor has been working at Greater Portland Family Promise since its opening in 2017. Courtney received her masters degree in Social Work from the University of New England in 2011. She cares deeply about supporting children and families and loves working at Family Promise because of its emphasis on hospitality and human dignity. In her work, she sees evidence each day of the power of relationships between and among families and volunteers to build more just and engaged communities. When not working, Courtney loves reading and baking with her two children.
Lisa joined GPFP in 2017. Prior to joining GPFP Lisa volunteered with ILAP and Adult Education and worked as a paralegal with the Volunteer Lawyers Project, Pine Tree Legal Assistance, and the Family Law Project. She also lived and worked in Asia and Europe for 5 years right after college. Lisa loves GPFP for its amazing volunteer community. Lisa helps families with housing, school enrollment, and food and healthcare benefits, helps to enroll children in school and connects parents with English language classes. Lisa is passionate about immigrant advocacy and reform, always mindful of the advantages her own family had when they arrived in the U.S. Lisa loves hiking, walking with friends, and has recently become a novice bird watcher. She has two adult daughters, and lives with her husband, two elderly cats, and a dog.