A powerful and inspiring opportunity to find out more about Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East. Enjoy a free breakfast during this uplifting one-hour program, which includes:
- An inspiring keynote from Natosha Reid Rice, Associate Pastor at the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, the pastoral home of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Rice also serves as the Associate General Counsel for Real Estate and Finance at Habitat for Humanity International.
- A moving documentary that takes you into the life of a local family whose life will be forever changed through homeownership.
- An update on Habitat for Humanity’s progress and vision from President & CEO, Steve Messinetti.
- An inspiring testimonial from a family whose life have been dramatically improved through Habitat for Humanity.
Funds raised at the breakfast will be used to build and repair homes to create affordable homeownership opportunities for local, hardworking families in the Portland Metro area.
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
7:30 am – 8:30 am
Oregon Convention Center
777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Natosha Reid Rice
Natosha Reid Rice is currently the Associate General Counsel for Real Estate and Finance at Habitat for Humanity International and also serves as an Associate Pastor at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Natosha is passionate about providing a voice to the voiceless and opportunities to communities that have been historically disadvantaged. She has been actively involved in efforts to pass legislation and policy to protect victims of human sex trafficking in Georgia and provide for a fair workplace for women.
Habitat for Humanity Homeowner
Lizet and her two daughters, Daphne and Sharon moved multiple times over the past few years due to rent increases before purchasing their Habitat for Humanity home. Lizet works as a bilingual Family Resources Coordinator and Lifestyle Diabetes Coach.
Natali Marmion spent over 20 years as a local news anchor with KATU before transitioning into real estate. Throughout the years she has volunteered with many different groups including the Oregon Humane Society, Incight Foundation, Candlelighters for Children with Cancer, and building homes with our very own Women Build group.