Melissa Mosby (Virtual Speaking Event)
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Join us for a special evening with Melissa Mosby.
Melissa has been speaking with the Homeless Coalition's Speaker's Bureau for almost 5 years, telling her moving personal life story to thousands of people.
In addition to Melissa sharing her story, we will also talk about issues affecting people experiencing homelessness in our region, solutions to ending homelessness, and efforts in progress. We will end with a discussion with Melissa and Dr. Mark, Director of Education at the Homeless Coalition.
Melissa joined the Speakers Bureau in 2015. Melissa is a engaging community member who wears many hats speaker, mother, and Streetvibes Distributor, just to name a few. Melissa had lived on the streets of Over-the-Rhine for many years but now she is experiencing housing insecurity due to displacement in the West End. Today, she is using her bright personality and hardworking attitude to create a better life for herself and her family. She brings her story to those it can help, by building empathy and solidarity across communities.
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