Stories of Leadership
Martha Martinez had never taken a public leadership role before. But her story helped MACG win $67 million for affordable housing last fall.
Maria Elena, Latino core team member at St. Andrew Catholic Church, learns for the first time she is a leader at MACG.
Gary Griffin, Environmental Landscape Management student and professional, and member of PHOENIX Rising Transitions, talks about how he has learned at MACG the power of story to break down silos between people to work towards the common good.
Diana Ruiz, Hispanic Ministry Coordinator, St. Andrew Church has been amazed at the new leadership coming out of her constituents.
Laurence Freitas, MPH MPP, National College of Natural Medicine Student, talks about the tools he has gained at MACG to help him tackle the upstream determinants of health.
In one of MACG’s domestic violence survivor houses, a resident (who needs to remain unnamed) relapsed in her addiction recovery and needed to go into a treatment program. She was living with her two children in the house and typically, in this situation, the children would have been placed in a foster home while their mom completed treatment.