We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion.
Ami M. Angell, PhD, LLM
Ami M. Angell, PhD, LLM created The h3 Project to creatively address the issue of homelessness and human trafficking in Washington, D.C. Through previous work with other DC homeless agencies she recognized a need that was not being met. Other positions she has held in the DCMV area include Executive Director at HER Resiliency Center and Director of Outreach with Pathways to Housing DC. Ami came to the DC area as a specialist in the education and global threat arena, particularly in the area of Anti-Human Trafficking. Prior experience includes as a counter-terrorism and human trafficking research fellow at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research in Singapore, as well as a Rehabilitation and Reintegration Development Advisor with USAID in Afghanistan. She has spent a substantial amount of time working in the Middle East and Asia, including 44 months in Iraq (2005–2008), 22 months in Afghanistan (2010-2012), and 24 months in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and Israel. She also has worked and lived in Lebanon, Jordan, Qatar, Italy, Switzerland, England and Singapore. Her pastimes include traveling the world, enjoying good food, boxing, and competing in triathlon.
Gabriel A. DeLong
Gabriel DeLong (He/his/him) is a student representative for the District of Columbia Psychology Association Board (DCPA). He is a Clinical Psychology graduate student at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. He graduated from Penn State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He has served as a leader for LGBT youth as well as a choreographer, dance instructor, and election observer in DC. He has continued his work with the DCPA organizing community events most recently serving as a student organizer for the DC Pride Parade in 2019 along with other student events. His clinical and research interests include body image and sexual minority men, and LGBT youth safety, school climate, and classroom management. Gabriel enjoys spending time watching movies, exploring restaurants with friends, and mostly spending his spare time with his wonderful husband Mark who works in higher education.
Molly Maeve is a writer and an advocate for survivors of Complex Trauma and abuse. Her experience includes direct outreach with people experiencing homelessness and trafficking in Washington DC, and extensive fieldwork in dating violence education programs throughout the U.S. In addition to working on social media for The h3 Project, Molly travels extensively to support survivors coming forward against sexual abuse.
Katie E. Kline
Katie is an award-winning communications professional, content strategist and NNG-certified UX designer. She has been designing and maintaining websites for over 13 years in various roles, primarily in the nonprofit sector. In a previous position, she served as the technical and UX lead for a complete reimagining of a health nonprofit website, with duties including development of the information architecture and navigation, content strategy and full migration from a legacy content management system to WordPress. Her passions include presenting content and designing user interfaces to be easy and engaging for users to navigate and interact with.