Yoshi is responsible for the daily care and supervision of program residents. She partners with the therapeutic, educational, and life skills staff to meet organizational goals and individual participant goals.
In her own words...
I am a native of California and a resident of Brunswick for 3 years. I have worked in this industry for 21 years. Being an ex-group home kid, my desire was to give back and to change one life at a time, Lord willing. I was sold for drugs at 6 weeks old and the rest of my life was a downhill spiral from there. I relate to the population that we serve on a personal level as well as experiential level. I am a mother of 6, grandmother of 7, but have mothered a multitude over the years.
I love what I do, this is not considered work for me - it is definitely ministry. I thank God for allowing me to come to serve at House of Hope with Darcelle Burandt. She is my BBB (Best Boss In The Business)! We share the same heart and I'm so looking forward to the journey that God has us on together.
Letitia Brennon is a dependable Education Coach who works very diligently to make sure that the students are understanding and completing their schoolwork on and off the computer. She makes sure that every student is enrolled properly as well.
In her own words:
I am a Georgia Native from a small town outside of Brunswick called Eulonia. I have worked in this type of work for over 20 years. I have 10 years of experience in a group home setting and over 10 years of experience in corrections department. I have been in this line of work for quite some time.
I am a proud mother of 2. I have a 15-year-old daughter and a 7-year-old son. It is an honor and a pleasure working with House of Hope.
Dr. Kim Hudson-Gallogly, PHD, WHNP, CNE has been a nurse/educator for 30 years and a women’s health nurse practitioner for 25 years. She has had a long and productive career in caring for teens and women here and abroad.
Two years ago she felt Jesus calling her to serve HOH where she has been joyfully serving for 2 years as the health educator/nurse practitioner. She is an Assistant Professor with Georgia Southern University and a presenter for human sex trafficking across the southeast.
- Married to Paul Gallogly
- 4 children (2 boys 2 girls)
- 5 grandchildren (TWO sets of boy girl twins and one single boy)
- 2 dogs-Gracie and Zuzu (named after the little girl in “It’s a Wonderful Life”
Currently, Anshanah attends Coastal College of Georgia pursuing an Early Childhood/ Special Education Degree. House of Hope is her second residential facility to work with. Having a total of 8 years experience working and volunteering in social services, she says she is excited to be a team member at House of Hope - and we are excited to have her here!
Our program would not work without the amazing team members of House of Hope that include mental health techs, kitchen staff, mentors, tutors, volunteers and more. Every time you offer support through prayer, donated goods, financial contributions or any other investment, you are making an eternal difference with an incredible ripple effect for GOOD!