Natalie Siva has over 10 years of non-profit experience working in the field of homeless services, delivering direct services and designing programs. During her 5 years with Berkeley Food & Housing Project, Natalie has managed the men’s homeless shelter and has led the development and launch of the homeless veterans services program, Roads Home across 5 counties. During her time at BFHP, she has become known nationally for her collaborative work across multiply continuum’s. Prior to working at BFHP, Natalie worked for 5 years in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District helping homeless families and individuals get back on their feet. Natalie received her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from San Francisco State University and plans to get her Masters degree in the future.