Angie Haddad received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Loma Linda University and has been working as Registered Nurse in California for 10 years. She values the Seventh Day Adventist approach to healing that she learned from Loma Linda University "To make man whole". She believes that we need to address the physical, mental and spiritual well being of every life that we reach through the Hope Project. Angie says, "as a mother of four young children I want to be an example of Christian stewardship and give back to my community. It is remarkable to see the stark contrast between the privledged and less fortunate in this country living just a few steps away from each other. I am saddened to observe the lack of empathy and resources for the homeless population in our nation. Depression and physical malaise often hinder the homeless from any form of optimism. A blanket of despair causes lack of effort to try and improve their situation. I feel that by promoting physical well being, providing caring human touch and offering spiritual healing we will allow these vulnerable and mistreated outcasts of society to understand that God cares, people care and that there is hope."
In addition to working as a bedside nurse in the hospital, Angie is currently a Graduate Student at Loma Linda University School of Nursing and is in progress towards a Doctor of Nurse Practitioner degree. Angie loves music, the outdoors and nature. She spends her free time taking her children on exciting "adventures" to expose them to as much of God's wonderful creation as possible! Angie also enjoys playing her piano and finds joy in giving her children the gift of music as well.