ADOLPHUS PARKER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
founded Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc. (HHH) out of a passion
and desire to help people, regardless the circumstances, through their darkest
times. In addition to being an Executive Director, Mr. Parker has been an
entrepreneur/business owner for nineteen years, specializing in new venture
start-ups and acquisition of real estate. He has a talent for motivating
individuals and extending grace to others. Mr. Parker is a six-year U.S. Army
JEROME FITTS, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Mr. Fitts has been with HHH since 2010. He received a Bachelor in Finance from Temple University. He attended Palmer Business School for accounting and Army Professional Noncommissioned Officers Candidate School, (PNOC), at Ft. Hood, TX. Mr. Fitts also studied general studies at Central Texas College in Killeen TX in 1979.
PATRICIA HART, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT
Ms. Hart has been with HHH since 2010 and now supervises the women’s shelter, writes grants, hires staff, and turns HHH dreams into reality. Ms. Hart has a BA in English from Bowling Green State University and holds a Masters of Fine Arts in writing from Columbia University.
KARA BRIEN, CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICER
Kara Brien is an up and coming business strategy consultant who advises small businesses and non-profits on quality improvement strategy, training, and deployment. She holds a MBA from Nova Southeastern University as well as Six Sigma Black Belt and project management certifications from the American Society for Quality and Project Management Institute respectively. Kara judges success by beneficial impact to communities and loves to incorporate the wisdom of others to cultivate a quality product or service. Kara finds peace and relaxation working on passion projects, doing multi-day mountain hikes, and practicing her daily twin hearts meditation.
JAJUAN BURTON, EVENT COORDINATOR
Jajuan Burton was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1985 and has 4 siblings. At the age of 5, he went to a foster home in Milwaukee. In addition, he moved to Mississippi and a lot of other places, as well. His foster brother introduced him to rap and a music program called Hip Hop Ejay.
Mr. Burton took a serious interest in learning the ins and outs of the music industry by himself at 18 while transitioning from foster care to being back with his mother.
In 2012, he left and went to Atlanta and by 2017 found an audio engineering school called S.A.E., where he was able to sharpen his skills with the professionals. The struggle of getting exposed and the lack of funds took a role in his diligence in finding a new way. Mr. Burton wanted to prove to himself and others that you can do anything through Christ if you put your mind to it.
He was given an opportunity to work on a TV show called "Floribama Shore" in St. Petersburg, FL., however, the show ended. Without work, he became homeless and realized the homeless crisis and decided to make a difference.
STEVE CHRISTOPHER, DIRECTOR OF CRISIS SERVICES
Steven Christopher is an award winning website developer and jack of all trades writer with over 30 years of experience. During his 8 years as the WFTS ABC Action News Webmaster, Mr. Christopher received an SPJ (Society of Professional Journalists) Award for Best News Web Site in Florida. Before HHH, Christopher worked for LearnSmart where he constructed test materials and exam manuals for professionals seeking computer certifications. Since his arrival, he has been instrumental in the development of HHH’s transitional programs that move clients out of homelessness and into permanent housing
NORRIS AL-SERDAH, DIRECTOR OF SHELTER OPERATIONS
Mr. Al-Serdah serves as the Director of Operations overseeing all HHH
properties. He deals directly with house managers and administrative staff to see that concerns arising at any facility are promptly addressed
and remedied. Mr. Al-Serdah ensures that all our housing meets
cleanliness and security standards. He performs new client orientation
and answers any questions residents may have. Along with monitoring