General Inquiries: email@example.com
Amy Kaherl, Director of Detroit SOUP: firstname.lastname@example.org
A bit about Amy: I love Detroit. Detroit is unique as it is enormous. People here are passionate without large egos and are eager to problem solve with amazing and unique ideas. I started with SOUP in 2010 with some fiercely passionate ladies who were excited to try out an idea in a loft above a bakery. Never in my wildest imagination did I think it would grow to become a staple to flow of the city. I studied theology and popular culture at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Ca after growing up and going to college in Michigan. I wanted to study connection and meaning in our everyday experiences and since departing in 2008 I have found the ability to do that here in Detroit. SOUP is a place for connecting with people who begin as strangers and become friends, a safe space to explore what matters to us as individuals and as a community, and a place to practice democracy. When I am not running SOUP I help curate events at the Jam Handy and DJ as Amy Dreamcatcher with the monthly Nothing Elegant! If you have further questions or want to connect please feel free to email me!
Sarah Craft, Program Manager: email@example.com
From grant writing and outreach to community organizing and advocacy, Sarah is committed to community development in Detroit. Her interests extend to her position as SOUP’s Program Manager where she works to sustain, expand and improve Detroit SOUP. Sarah’s main focus is on SOUP’s neighborhood initiatives and working with residents to get local SOUPs started and keep them going for years to come. Sarah also works part time as at Southwest Counseling Solutions in the Early Care Organizing unit and is working on her Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Wayne State University.