Terrance Jones first came to S.O.S. as a participant in 2010. Terrance successfully graduated out of the program after achieving goals such as obtaining a high school diploma, finding and maintaining employment and utilizing his experience with S.O.S. as a way to introduce the program to other high risk individuals. Terrance designated area is section C and the Weeksville Houses.
Tiffany Murray is the Program Manager for Save Our Streets Bedford-Stuyvesant. Tiffany has been involved with S.O.S. and the Save Our Streets Clergy Action Network since the beginning of 2013. Previously, Tiffany worked for Catholic Charities Community Services working with individuals with mental illnesses, trauma, and addictions. Prior to that time, Tiffany worked with individuals living with HIV/AIDS, at risk youth, and with families around end of life issues while working as a Chaplain. Tiffany earned a BA in Psychology from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio and a Master of Divinity from McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta, Georgia. Tiffany has been touched by gun violence personally as she has lost friends to death and prison. It motivates her to assist others so they do not lose their lives or their futures to the streets. She believes that one way a community can heal is by coming together in unity, learning to have pride in who they are, and connecting them with the resources to empower themselves. Her goal is to find ways to build the community up by leaving a lasting legacy of hope, faith, and love.