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MICAH Staff

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Sue with Pastor Becky, Elim Church- Hope Avenue, praying for God's guidance.
Sue Watlov Phillips, Executive Director – MICAH
Sue Watlov Phillips is a woman of God. She seeks to faithfully serve the Lord through her passions for Social Justice and Equity, loving others as herself, and ensuring everyone has a safe, decent, accessible and affordable place to call home!

Sue Watlov Phillips has a B.A. in Psychology, a Masters in Counseling and Psychological Services. Is a retired Licensed Psychologist, Independent Clinical Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Certified Sports Psychologist. She is an author of: "ADAPTING YOUR PRACTICE: Recommendations for the Care of Homeless Patients with Opioid Use Disorders." She has worked for 44 years in social justice with emphasis on serving people at risk and/or experiencing homelessness and housing crisis. With God’s guidance and blessing, she developed one of the first transitional housing programs and prevention/rapid rehousing models in the country in the early 1980s, which has been a model for Local, State and Federal Legislation. 

Sue was a founding Board Member and served on the Board of Directors of MICAH (1988- present), the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (1984 -2010) and on the leadership team that developed the National Coalition for the Homeless (1982-1986) and Board Member 1986- present (currently an Honorary Board Member) Over the last 3 decades, she has helped to write and advocate for many of the Minnesota and Federal Laws passed to fund homeless prevention, rapid re-housing ,transitional programs and affordable housing. She is President and CEO of Integrated Community Solutions, Inc. She is a consultant, teacher, writer, and speaks at workshops, Conferences and teaches Bible Studies. Currently, she serves as a National Consultant on Adapting Clinical Practices for people at risk of and/or experiencing homelessness with Opioid Disorders for the National Health Care for the Homeless Council.

Author and Co-author of several books and publications including:

Re- Covering in God: 40 Days Wrestling with God (2013), Bringing America HOME: Living Our Faith (in process,) Rapid Re-Housing Manual (2010) Foreclosure to Homelessness (2008 and 2009) and Contributor to Without Housing (2010) and Livable Incomes: Real Solutions that Stimulate Our Economy.

Sue lives in Fridley, the home she grew up in, and bought from her parents. She helps a friend run a resort on weekends in the summer and visits her mother in assisted living 2 days per week where she also teaches a Bible Study and is a substitute pastor.


Phone: 651.646.0612
Fax: 651.645.7560
Email:
sue@micah.org


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Phone: 651-491-2084
Email: slade@micah.org

   John Slade has been organizing for over a decade. He spent four years working for MICAH (2007-2011) and is glad to be back. He lives in the
Dayton's Bluff neighborhood of St. Paul and is the principal at Slade:
Creative Organizing of People, Money, and Ideas. Other clients and
past employers include Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, the Asian
Economic Development Center, and Dayton's Bluff Community Council.
John is deeply committed to anti-racism work and has also been on the
board of KFAI Fresh Air Radio for a number of years. His family has
long roots in St. Paul.




Rosalind Sampson
Email: Rozz@MICAH.org
cell: 612-501-1310
home: 612-378-7567

 
Rosalind Sampson has been a public speaker, consultant, and advocate on issues involving Diversity for the past twenty-five years, in particular, issues of physical disabilities and race relations. From her own personal experience of using a wheelchair, Rosalind knows the importance of having wheelchair access into buildings as well as transportation. She has become a staunch supporter of ADA and Universal Design. Both embrace and execute models of handicap access. Rosalind has a B.A. in Speech Communication and a M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling.




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Email: Amanda@micah.org
Amanda Kappes, Organizer
Amanda joined MICAH's organization in April 2014. She has almost twenty years experience in the Social Service field. Her background includes work as a public assistance financial worker, working in group home settings, and also working with community members with physical and mental health disabilities. She continues to be a strong advocate on many social justice issues.
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Phone: 651.646.0612
Email: tim@micah.org

Tim Dickinson, Technology Guru, Tim has been with MICAH part time since May 2007, although he has been active with MICAH for many years before that. He takes care of all technology related projects.
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Phone: 651.646.0612
Email: lashella@micah.org

La Shella Sims, Organizer, Twenty years experience in faith-based organizing. Has held various leadership roles with MICAH including former board member. Presently organizing in North Minneapolis with an emphasis on transportation (light rail transit & diesel fueled engine) and other elements that transportation encompasses.
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Judy Dahlberg, Office Volunteer, Judy comes to MICAH through the Ignation Volunteer Corps. She has been helping in the office since September 2012



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