Karina O’Malley
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SNIPPETS FROM THE PAST In 2013, Karina O’Malley spoke at an outreach event about The Sophia Way's five-year journey serving women experiencing homelessness on the Eastside.   Five years. This is not such a long time.  Looking back, though, it feels like an eternity.  Five years ago, there...

Karina didn’t understand how important a hot shower was for someone experiencing homelessness—until she started helping with homeless services in Kirkland. Karina O'Malley, our board member and champion of people experiencing homelessness shared her story at #IgniteProjectHomeless hosted by Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness and...

The Sophia Way is proud to share the news of Karina O'Malley, a board member of The Sophia Way being recognized for her work for those experiencing homelessness. Metropolitan King County Councilmember Claudia Balducci presented her with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Medal of Distinguished Service. “Karina...