Meet the Staff
apostle Clark Lesley Coe, Sr.
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This page gives us the opportunity to introduce the apostle and key staff members.


Here is a picture of apostle Clark Lesley Coe, Sr., the founder for this web site. The LORD, Jesus Christ is the head of this ministry.  His pattern is to study to show oneself approved unto God, a workmaN that needeth not be ashamed, in order to rightly divide the WORD of truth.  Clark is married to the LORD, Jesus Christ.

This is the page where I'll describe Angelina & in more detail.
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Angelina Coe                      (323) 233-8630                         



To obtain a position which will best utilize my experience & knowledge working with diverse populations, and in particular, with homeless individuals in crisis.



Outstanding interpersonal & communication skills.  Extensive experience &  measured capacity in handling conflict, stress, and situations unique to diverse populations.  Empathetic to issues/needs of the homeless, survivors of Domestic Violence, and others in crisis.  Multi-faceted in creation, coordination, and implementation of educational/life skills/empowerment workshops. Fluent in English and Spanish with the capability of translating.  Computer literate. Certified in Adult CPR.



     College of Saint Elizabeth                      September 1991 - December 1995

     Bachelor of Arts Major Psychology



    Weingart Center Association      January 2001 to present  

    Women's Renaissance- Supportive Residential Services Program

     Los Angeles, California

Bilingual Case Manager. Develop and implement case plans that reflect client needs, and set realistic goals for the clients in the Emergency and Transitional Housing Shelter Program. Maintain detailed case notes that evaluate and track clients' progress and achievements. Meet clients weekly for individual case management sessions. Provide appropriate resources/referral services to assist clients in becoming self-sufficient. Monitor the distribution of transportation assistance [monthly bus passes, bus tokens], wash tokens, and personal hygiene items. Facilitate the Women's life skill group monthly. Facilitated and enhanced the curriculum for the Money Management group during 2001. Create, plan, and schedule the 'Women's Only Series' meetings that focus on women's issues. Coordinate the SRS & WR Community Voice Mail Project. Assist in the translation of documents & forms. Attend trainings and outside organizational meetings pertaining to the needs and services provided to clients.


     North Hudson Community Action Corp.       October