introducing myself


Choya Renata
 

Hello,

 

My name is Choya; I use she/her pronouns. I do community engagement work on affordable housing program for Metro! I am looking to connect with “ordinary people” – those who are not professionally employed in housing/homeless services or related areas – who are advocates for affordable housing and for destigmatizing poverty in their own communities (business, neighborhood, faith org, etc). And those who have lived experience with housing instability/houselessness, who want to share their stories and advocate. My project will bring these folks together from across the Portland Metro region to share peer support and strategies.

 

Feel free to contact me if you want to connect or have ideas. I look forward to listening and learning more about this group!

 

Choya Renata
Senior community engagement specialist
Planning and Development

My gender pronouns: she, her, hers.
Why include this?

Metro | oregonmetro.gov
600 NE Grand Ave.
Portland, OR 97232-2736
503-517-6893

In alignment with social distancing efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, I am working remotely. You may contact me via phone or email.

 


Diane Rivera
 

welcome, Choya!


Diane Rivera, Career Advisor

Career Boost (for SNAP recipients)

Direct phone number (503) 972-3243

Worksource Portland Metro - SE / SE Works

www.seworks.org



 

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On Wed, Aug 5, 2020 at 2:52 PM Choya Renata <choya.renata@...> wrote:

Hello,

 

My name is Choya; I use she/her pronouns. I do community engagement work on affordable housing program for Metro! I am looking to connect with “ordinary people” – those who are not professionally employed in housing/homeless services or related areas – who are advocates for affordable housing and for destigmatizing poverty in their own communities (business, neighborhood, faith org, etc). And those who have lived experience with housing instability/houselessness, who want to share their stories and advocate. My project will bring these folks together from across the Portland Metro region to share peer support and strategies.

 

Feel free to contact me if you want to connect or have ideas. I look forward to listening and learning more about this group!

 

Choya Renata
Senior community engagement specialist
Planning and Development

My gender pronouns: she, her, hers.
Why include this?

Metro | oregonmetro.gov
600 NE Grand Ave.
Portland, OR 97232-2736
503-517-6893

In alignment with social distancing efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, I am working remotely. You may contact me via phone or email.

 


Marissa Donovan
 

Welcome Choya!  Feel free to send me an email as I may have a few folks who would like to help you out.  marissa.donovan@...

Marissa Donovan, CRM PSS

Peer Support Specialist

Central City Concern Recovery Center

P:503-935-7200 F: 503 295 3777



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[This email is from someone outside CCC]
welcome, Choya!


Diane Rivera, Career Advisor

Career Boost (for SNAP recipients)

Direct phone number (503) 972-3243

Worksource Portland Metro - SE / SE Works

www.seworks.org



 

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On Wed, Aug 5, 2020 at 2:52 PM Choya Renata <choya.renata@...> wrote:

Hello,

 

My name is Choya; I use she/her pronouns. I do community engagement work on affordable housing program for Metro! I am looking to connect with “ordinary people” – those who are not professionally employed in housing/homeless services or related areas – who are advocates for affordable housing and for destigmatizing poverty in their own communities (business, neighborhood, faith org, etc). And those who have lived experience with housing instability/houselessness, who want to share their stories and advocate. My project will bring these folks together from across the Portland Metro region to share peer support and strategies.

 

Feel free to contact me if you want to connect or have ideas. I look forward to listening and learning more about this group!

 

Choya Renata
Senior community engagement specialist
Planning and Development

My gender pronouns: she, her, hers.
Why include this?

Metro | oregonmetro.gov
600 NE Grand Ave.
Portland, OR 97232-2736
503-517-6893

In alignment with social distancing efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, I am working remotely. You may contact me via phone or email.

 


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Tom Hickey <Hickeyt+BNA.PDX@...>
 

Please include me as this develops. As chair of the Bridgeton Neighborhood Association, the project to destigmatize the unsheltered seems like a vital step towards societal change.

Tom Hickey

On 8/5/2020 1:49 PM, Choya Renata wrote:

Hello,

 

My name is Choya; I use she/her pronouns. I do community engagement work on affordable housing program for Metro! I am looking to connect with “ordinary people” – those who are not professionally employed in housing/homeless services or related areas – who are advocates for affordable housing and for destigmatizing poverty in their own communities (business, neighborhood, faith org, etc). And those who have lived experience with housing instability/houselessness, who want to share their stories and advocate. My project will bring these folks together from across the Portland Metro region to share peer support and strategies.

 

Feel free to contact me if you want to connect or have ideas. I look forward to listening and learning more about this group!

 

Choya Renata
Senior community engagement specialist
Planning and Development

My gender pronouns: she, her, hers.
Why include this?

Metro | oregonmetro.gov
600 NE Grand Ave.
Portland, OR 97232-2736
503-517-6893

In alignment with social distancing efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, I am working remotely. You may contact me via phone or email.