A Few More Great Folks leading The Home Front

Zoe Share, Marketing & Communications Lead
Find her on LinkedIn.

 

Why did you decide to join the Home Front Team?
I don't like feeling hopeless or helpless, so I always choose to do something active to bring help and hope into the world!

What are you going to be doing on the team?
I’m managing the messaging and public face of The Home Front.

What's something you'd like to say to front line workers right now?
Your willingness to put the rest of the world ahead of your own safety is deeply appreciated. You are the heroes! 


Zoe says:
Consider supporting the Home Front whether through donating or spreading the word on our mission. For more information, please check out this link and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Facebook.




Juliana Casale, Community Manager
Find her on LinkedIn and Twitter 


Why did you join The Home Front Team?
I was tired of feeling helpless.

What are you going to be doing on the team?
My core tasks will be monitoring social media and email, triaging offers of help and donations to the appropriate team at The Home Front, and amplifying news and compiling trustworthy resources.


What's something you'd like to say to front line workers right now?
Thank you so much for your service; you are true heroes and we will do everything we can to support you.

What’s one article you think people should read?
‘At funerals in virus outbreak, mourning is from a distance’



Kate Grant, Volunteer Lead

Find her on Twitter.

Why did you decide to join The Home Front Team?

To make a difference in my community from home. It’s so easy to make an impact and I think we should all band together in this strange time.
  

What are you going to be doing on the team? 

As the Volunteer Lead, I’m responsible for coordinating volunteer efforts and keeping the team organized.  


What's something you'd like to say to front line workers right now? 

We stand behind you and will do whatever we can to support you. Thank you for your tremendous sacrifice.