Our dedicated team is working tirelessly to help end homelessness in The Greater Seacoast Area.
Theresa is the founder and director of Seeds of Faith Ministries.
She began the organization out of her simple desire to “help the homeless.” Since its inception in 2002, Theresa’s dream has grown in ways she never could have imagined, with approximately 100 volunteers working in over 12 community-based programs under her direction and guidance. Theresa’s ongoing vision to help the less fortunate is the heart and soul of the organization. Her passion for opening the Lydia’s House of Hope Transitional Housing is at center of her vision.
Theresa lives in Maine with her husband, her three children, and her grand baby. When she isn’t busy directing Seeds of Faith, Inc., Theresa enjoys being at home, cooking lasagna and meatballs, and spending time with her Lord and Savior, and her family.
Tamari Nduaguibe has a background in education and training, and has worked in the field for over 30 years. Her BS in Early Childhood was earned at Keene State College, and prepared her for teaching young children in the United States and England. She spent 7 years with the Peace Corps training teachers in southern Africa, and managing the Basic Education Support Project. She earned her MS degree from UMASS Amherst in International Education and continued her overseas work teaching primary school in Myanmar and Hong Kong. She and her husband are blessed with two college age sons who are currently attending the University of Maine at Orono. For fun, Tamari enjoys travel, reading, and spending time enjoying nature and all that God has created.
A graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington, Jill has 25 years combined experience in public education and non-profit management with experience encompassing: strategic planning, financial management, organizational development, and program development.
Jill is newly married and resides in Dover NH with her husband, David. She is a mother of one son with three lovely grandchildren.
Jill enjoys hiking, cycling, painting, dancing, and trying new restaurants.