Regional Executive Director
Ashley brings a broad range of experience in leadership, fundraising and strategic planning across both non-profit and for-profit sectors. Ashley began her career as a litigation attorney in Atlanta representing individual and corporate clients in civil disputes. After law practice, Ashley transitioned to foundation and corporate relations at Emory University where she facilitated partnerships between the university and local and national foundations and corporations. Ashley serves on the Board of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Georgia, volunteers pro bono legal services through Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, and is, of course, a runner.
“Since my law school clinical work in homeless shelters, I have been on the lookout for innovative, and effective ways of addressing the complexities of homelessness. Back on My Feet is just that! Back on My Feet adds a new and much-needed dimension to traditional homelessness recovery services by helping restore individuals’ sense of self and community. I am honored to serve the mission of BoMF and am motivated and uplifted every day by our incredible members and supporters.”
At the Baltimore chapter, Genevieve ensures that all parts of the program are running smoothly, from teams, members and partners to events and races. Genevieve is excited to have a position that brings together her passion for running and her service experience. Prior to joining Back on my Feet, Genevieve ran a program for Empowerment Zone residents where she became familiar with many of the community resources available in Baltimore.
"The first time I read about Back on My Feet I was instantly drawn to the organization and the approach it takes. I believe that the combination of community engagement, physical fitness and access to the necessary resources to move forward will result in success."
Genevieve graduated from York College with a degree in Psychology.
Member Services Manager
Nikia manages many efforts for the Baltimore chapter of Back on My Feet, her most fullfilling being the one that allows her to assist the residential members in deciding what the “next steps” in their lives will be and encouraging her teammates to do more than what is expected of them. Nikia’s background is in children’s education, specifically children with special needs. Since joining the BoMF team, she has run two marathons and has earned the title of our annual half marathon and relay to be named after her.
“I have never been a part of an organization that has been so life changing for others and myself included. I am one of the many support systems that our residential members depend on to help them become successful in life. I am committed to doing just that.”
Nikia graduated from Coppin State University with a degree in Applied Psychology.
Jackie Truncellito Range
Regional Director of Communications and Corporate Relations
Jackie is your go-to for all DC and Baltimore marketing, FundRacing, media and special event needs. Though she may get nostalgic every now and then for her days as former Program Director, Jackie thoroughly enjoys the honor of being a part of such a positive, passionate selfless community of people, and loves every minute of getting to work to fulfill it's mission. Previously, Jackie spent two years as a high school teacher and coach on the island of Chuuk in the Federated States of Micronesia. Upon returning to the States, she followed her crazed obsession with running back to Loyola, where she coached Cross Country and Track and Field.
"It is truly amazing to see the heights to which people can reach when inspired by confidence, a renewed belief in themselves, and a supportive community of devoted individuals. Working with Back on My Feet has restored my faith in the good of the human soul."
Jackie graduated from Loyola University Maryland with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and is pursuing her master's degree at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Regional Director of Development
Mardia joined Back on My Feet as the Regional Director of Development for the Washington DC and Baltimore chapters in February of 2013. Mardia brings 10 years of experience working in fundraising and development as a Community Manager and Field Executive with The National Psoriasis Foundation and The American Cancer Society. Mardia is excited to incorporate her love of sports with her passion for helping individuals and companies make an informed and educated choice as to the charities they support. When not participating in great BoMF events, Mardia can be found spending time with her family and watching all our DC area sports teams in action.
"I am pleased to see a program address the issues of homelessness and recovery in such a unique way. I am very honored to be a part of such a dynamic movement!"