God As My Hope

God as My Physical Hope

Caitie Sangalis is from Colorado and earned her BA in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics from The King's College NYC. She is a freelance editor, event planner, and writer. Prior to embarking on her freelance career, Caitie worked at Q as the content editor. As an ENTJ, Caitie is passionate about trauma, books, buzzfeed, and kickboxing. To de-stress, Caitie likes to organize and write lists. She lives in Long Island City with her husband Ted and their son Augustine and many neatly arranged piles of lists.


Suzi Chun-Turley has spent her career in both private and nonprofit sectors helping organizations become more effective. Her private sector experience includes providing senior leaders management leverage at Bridgewater Associates, strategic consulting at McKinsey & Co. and investment banking analytic support for nonprofit and government entities at J.P. Morgan Securities. Her experience supporting nonprofit organizations includes building up a charitable services group at Next Jump, serving as an internal management consultant for the United Nations, and helping to develop one of the nation’s earliest SROI (social return on investment) models for REDF, a social venture fund in San Francisco. Most recently, she was the Director of Social Impact at Tough Mudder.

She received her M.B.A. from Columbia University and B.S. in Operations Research from Columbia School of Engineering. She lives in Washington Heights with her husband David and their two children, Hudson and Margot, and is most likely craving chocolate ice cream right now.

Tatiana Mahoney

Tatiana Mahoney’s first introduction to Operation Exodus was in 1994, when she began serving as a mentor. At the time, she was working as a research assistant for Cronkite-Ward, a documentary production company. Later, she worked at CBS News, and then as an editor at Parents.com, which is where she learned to be a portal for relevant information for parents looking to improve their parenting skills.

The position of Parent Coordinator at Exodus came at an opportune time, when Tatiana had to leave her job to care for her mother, who was battling cancer. After her mother passed away, Tatiana felt the best way to honor her legacy, which included her passion for education, was to continue at Exodus, and it became a true calling.

Tatiana works hard to ensure that every family gets support based on the family’s needs, helping parents feel “empowered,” to become positive role models at home, and strong advocates for their children within the school system.

Hope In Identity

Carly Byrd has lived in New York City since 2002 and has over 13 years experience in the finance industry.  She currently works at Deutsche Bank specializing in US taxation and chairs the Securities Industry SIFMA corporate actions society tax committee.  She is native Hawaiian and lives in Harlem with her husband Ashley, two daughters, and dog.

Precious Metals Part 2

Native Philadelphian Carolyn Harrison currently lives and serves as Metro Director in the Greater Bronx for Young Life.  A trained theater arts educator for twenty years, Carolyn began her second career as a youth minister with Young Life in East New York, Brooklyn as the Area Director. Carolyn completed her undergraduate and graduate studies in Theater Arts at Bucknell University and Antioch University-McGregor School respectively.  She completed a Master of Divinity at Nyack College-Alliance Theological Seminary in 2015.

Carolyn is advancing her work as a theater professional by creating a performance piece entitled Precious Metals which highlights the parallel nature of struggles and victories experienced by women regardless of their historical, geographical, or cultural context.  Carolyn will showcase Precious Metals in December 2015 as an offering of thanks for completing her Master of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary.

Additionally, Carolyn serves on the Intercessory Board of Community2Community (C2C), a grassroots organization dedicated to building self-sufficient communities by working alongside the Haitian community of Petit Goâve as they recover from the staggering effects of the 2010 earthquake.

Newly married, Carolyn is grateful for the partnership with her husband, Eric Harrison, whose creative inspiration and loving support enables her to pursue life at full capacity.  Of all her accomplishments, Carolyn is most proud of her ministry as a parent to two young adults and one teen, two daughters and a son, for whom she prays daily that they might become the world changers that God intends.