Amber Davies-Sloan has been a resident of Prescott since 2012 and is a Professor of Communication at Yavapai College. The importance of volunteer work and actively giving back to the community was instilled at a young age, when she had the opportunity to travel to West Africa, Mexico, and urban areas of Phoenix to work with disenfranchised populations. Amber looks forward to supporting those without homes in the Prescott Area though the work of CCJ and participation on the CCJ Board. In her spare time, Amber can be found chasing her two young boys, cooking, baking, and enjoying a good book.
Rev. Kathleen Sibly
Rev. Kathleen received her Master’s Degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counseling in 1996 and her ministerial degree in 2009. She has been the minister at the Center for Spiritual Living Prescott for 10 years. Her philosophy tells her that we must put feet on our faith, and so outreach is taking on a vital importance in her ministry. While working for the San Diego Office of the Public Defender, she saw the effects of poverty on every client and became painfully aware of how we have criminalized both poverty and homelessness. She is excited to be part of an organization that is working so successfully to end and prevent homelessness.
TREASURER & SECOND CHANCE HOUSING COMMITTEE CHAIR
Sandy is a retired accountant. She and her husband moved to Prescott in 2007 and decided to keep busy by volunteering with non-profits.
Chris Chamberlain 35 years construction business. His lived experience has given him a wealth of knowledge, which he brings to the table as a Board Member for Coalition for Compassion and Justice. Chris is the father of six beautiful children and grandfather of 13 grandchildren. He currently works for CCJ’s Prescott Worker’s Progress Agency teaching life skills and work ethic.
Tim has been a Prescott resident since 2001. He currently serves as a Pastor at Prescott Christian Church. He recently retired from the Prescott VA where, among other jobs, he served in the Emergency Department and worked as the Primary Care Physician for the Homeless Team. In his VA career, he worked with many veteran clients who have used the services provided by CCJ.
Maureen “Mo” Michael
Maureen “Mo” Michael has lived in the Prescott area since 2008 and has lived in Arizona since 1995, where she moved from her hometown of Irvine, California. Mo received her Master’s and undergraduate degree in counseling from Grand Canyon University and is currently working on her PhD. She is a licensed therapist in the community working primarily with those afflicted with Substance Use Disorders and specializes in treating Gambling Disorder. Mo is married and her and her husband have a blended family of 8 kids and 7 grandkids. Mo loves the outdoors and enjoys kayaking on our local lakes, playing disc golf and riding her Harley.