Ruth’s House Ambassadors
Ambassadors are the complimentary partner of the Board of Directors. Board of Directors primarily focus on the internal workings and running of the organization. Our Ambassadors are the promotional and public relations arm of the organization — externally focused on awareness, education and fundraising support. Ambassadors believe in and promote the mission, goals, and values of Ruth’s House. They are the walking embodiment of the good that Ruth’s Place contributes to the community.
Cami Baker is an International Speaker, Fiercely Entrepreneurial, HGTV House Hunters veteran and founder of the “Worldwide NetWeb”. She has given over 1,000 presentations to audiences as large as 30,000. Her keynote, “Mingle to Millions, The Art and Science of building business relationships and mastering referrals” is also the name of her book. Cami has worked with companies like Berkshire Hathaway, Ronald McDonald House, Keller Williams and hundreds of other groups assisting their people in the art and science of building resources, relationships and revenue that ROCK! She has been featured in Success from Home Magazine, on HGTV twice and as a judge on NBC’s The Celebrity Apprentice.
Having embraced the stage in front of audiences as small as 25 and as large as 30,000, Cami has obtained clients who she works with one-on-one and in groups; both nationally and internationally. Her clients consist of many backgrounds; whether, rich or poor, man or woman, eighteen or eighty eight, Cami’s methods of netWEBBING, has changed the course of business all around the world.
Joe D’Amore is the Founder and Team Leader of the Merrimack Valley Hope Mission (MVHM) a humanitarian project based in Haverhill, MA which serves the poor and homeless in the cities of Lawrence, Haverhill and the Greater Merrimack Valley. The group provides bagged lunches, water, clothing and other basic needs directly to residents in need of the most basic resources. The primary focus in Lawrence is to deliver clothing, toiletries and personal care items to women’s half-way homes and emergency shelters. Additionally, team leaders direct faith-based engagements in these facilities. We are an informal support group devoted to providing “basic needs” to those living in poverty and are homeless. Our work is street-based outreach. We meet people where they are.
Our mission, we are committed to serving poor, homeless and marginalized people to radically empower each other and fully share our common humanity and mutually restore dignity and self-respect. There are four main constituency groups that the Merrimack Valley Hope Mission Supports: Priority #1: Weekly Bagged Lunches, Priority #2: Private Visit Missions, Priority #3: A “Child’s Wish” and Priority #4: Homeless Veteran’s Outreach & Services.
Celebrating the Community
Celebrating the Community
Ambassadors spend about two (2) hour per month sharing about Ruth’s House’s either online, in communications, in real life at personal or professional events. Ambassadors receive a monthly newsletter on the 15th each month about the next month’s activities so they can plan their promotions and awareness accordingly. Ambassadors are listed on the Ruth’s House web page and promoted on Facebook to spread the word to greater area networks.