Meet Our Staff


Eric Howard


A graduate of IUPUI, Eric founded Outreach in 1996 when he began delivering food, bottled water, and basic first aid to homeless he found living under bridges in Indianapolis. He explains, “God had done something radical in my life and I wanted to make that known. The best way I knew to do that was to go out to those who didn’t know him.”
Eric is the father of three wonderful kids and husband to an absolutely amazing wife. He enjoys coffee, reading, participating in CrossFit, and tire flipping.


Kristin Fuller


Kristin has been on staff with Outreach, Inc. since 2009. Before coming to Outreach, Inc., Kristin worked with Latino immigrants in inner-city Los Angeles and with a local HIV/AIDS non-profit. She received a BA in theology from Wheaton College in 2004. Kristin loves photography, gardening, and a good book.



Simona Reising


The newest member of the Outreach team, Simona has resided in Indianapolis for the past seven years with her husband and has quickly learned to call Indianapolis home. Originally from Canada, she is raising her son and daughter with a love for hockey, poutine, and snow! Graduating from the University of Michigan with her Master’s in Social Work, she has obtained her LCSW and looks forward to walking alongside the youth at Outreach with a social justice lens. Her favorite part of working at Outreach is being able to incorporate her Catholic faith into her work and speaking with the youth and other staff about the similarities and differences between their faith backgrounds.

Beth Hahn


Beth was born and raised in the Chicago-land suburbs, and has spent the past 10 years in Indy. Graduating from IUPUI with her Master’s degree in Social Work, Beth had the opportunity to intern at United Way of Central Indiana and Hawthorne Community Center. Prior to coming to Outreach, Beth worked as a consultant and developed strategies to support non-profit organizations. She hopes to use her passion for supporting homeless youth, and professional background to build strong community partnerships. Outside of work, Beth enjoys traveling to unique places, checking out local coffee shops, and devouring Chicago deep dish pizza.

Anthony Dumas


Anthony joined the Outreach team in April 2013. A lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Anthony lives with his wife Sonna and six children on the city’s Eastside. Prior to coming to Outreach, Anthony worked as a Behavior Adjustment Facilitator for Indianapolis Public Schools and then as a Correctional Counselor at the Marion County Jail. As the In-House Manager, Anthony oversees the in-house team and works alongside his team to serve the youth who come through our in-house program and show them God’s love and grace along the way.” When not at Outreach, Anthony enjoys playing golf, tennis, and basketball with his kids.


Jenna Orabutt


Originally from the Chicago area, Jenna graduated from Augustana College in 2014. After graduation, she went on a year-long missions trip called the World Race. This missions trip brought her to 11 third-world countries in Central America, Southeast Asia, and Southern Africa. It was during that year God broke her heart for the poverty-stricken and the hopeless. After the World Race, she attended a discipleship school called G42 Leadership Academy in Mijas, Spain for 6 months before moving to Indianapolis in April 2016.  She is incredibly excited about pouring into the high school students and seeing long-term transformation in their lives.


Katie Blodgett


Katie joined Outreach in October 2016 as the Female Street Outreach Worker. She has lived in the Indianapolis area since sixth grade and attended Indiana University where she studied Nonprofit Management. After graduating, she bounced from one thing to the next, biking across the country for affordable housing, living a year of intentional community in Columbus, OH and serving delicious coffee drinks to Starbucks customers in both Indianapolis and Florida. Wanting to take all she has learned and bring it home, she moved back in October and has since loved getting to be a part of the Kingdom work taking place at Outreach. She is excited to discover the gifts and talents of those she works with, and walk alongside them as they discover it for themselves.


Mike Elliott


Mike was born in Canada, raised in Australia, and now resides in Indianapolis. A graduate of Hillsong Bible College in Sydney, Australia, Mike worked as a senior high school pastor at Shirelive Church. After moving to Canada in 2009, Mike worked as the community and family services coordinator for the Salvation Army in Peterborough, Ontario. In 2011, Mike relocated to Indianapolis… for a girl. Mike is married to the lovely Kirsten and is the proud father of Leo. Mike loves playing and watching any sport (except figure skating and Nascar).
He says: “I believe we are all made in the image of God and I spend my life trying to discover His image in those around me and myself.”


Lydia Speler



Born and raised in Lexington, KY, Lydia moved to Indianapolis in 2015 to pursue her MPA in Nonprofit Management. As a former high school mathematics teachers and camp counselor, youth development has always been close to her heart. This passion brought her to Outreach as a volunteer in January of 2016 where she instantly fell in love with the organization. Lydia may refuse to self-identify as a Hoosier, but Indiana life is growing on her. She loves hiking, camping, and exploring and is always looking for new outdoor adventures!


Sarah Doak

Case Manager

Sarah was born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Upon graduating high school, Sarah attended IUPUI for her freshman year, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. It was in one of her classes that she had heard about Outreach. Interested in how she could get more involved, she attended an information session and felt called to be part of the Ladies Night Program. Sarah has been a Ladies Night volunteer since 2009. Even though she transferred to IU Bloomington for her sophomore year, she continued to devote her Tuesday nights to the Ladies Night group at Outreach. She graduated with her Bachelor’s in Social Work in May 2017 and joined the Outreach staff in October as the Administrative Assistant. She is thrilled to be involved at a deeper level and spending more time in the program center.

 Felecia Hawkins


Felecia has worn a lot of hats: songwriter, keyboardist, ordained teacher, mother of three, radio announcer, and IPS parent liaison. Since coming to Outreach at the beginning of 2012, she has worn the hat of G.O.A.L. Case Manager. Beyond her role at Outreach, her creativity comes out through clothing and jewelry design. Her love for adventure and missions takes her to places like Togo, West Africa. And her joy of life exudes through her most noticeable feature, a hearty laugh.

Kyle Williams


Kyle is the new Male G.O.A.L. Case Manager. He was born and raised near Lansing, MI and moved to Marion, Indiana to attend Indiana Wesleyan University. A 2013 graduate, Kyle has since pursued ministry as an assistant pastor and also as a chaplain candidate in the Army Reserves. While in Marion, Kyle engaged in ministry with families in poverty and especially young men without stable homes. God did something in Kyle’s heart during this time, and his faith has been radically formed because of these experiences. He is happily married to Liz, and they just celebrated their 4th anniversary. Kyle and Liz moved to Indianapolis one year ago, and God has been faithful in all aspects of their move including his hiring here at Outreach. “I am so grateful to be employed by a company that shares my passion for ministry to the homeless and those in need. I hope to be a valuable asset to Outreach, to grow in my awareness of God’s work in Indy and to inspire our homeless youth with the same love and grace that Jesus inspires and pursues me with every day.” If you enjoy playing and watching basketball, rap music, theology, reading or dogs, then you have found a friend. Peace.

Daniel Jones


Daniel has been a lifelong resident of Indianapolis and joined the Outreach team in 2016 as the Male G.O.A.L. Outreach worker. Ever since graduating from the University of Illinois in 2011, Daniel has discovered a passion for encouraging, teaching and walking with youth as a sports coach, mentor, and instructional assistant.  Outside of Outreach, he enjoys competitive running and photography as hobbies and is excited to be in a position to offer spiritual and emotional encouragement combined with meeting the practical and long-term needs of the youth in our city.


Devin Miller


Devin is a Criminal Justice Major from Harrison College. He has always had a passion for helping those in need.  Devin worked as Case Manager at Wheeler Mission Shelter for Men for 5 years. He was a member of PBSO where he was able to reach out to the homeless community in camps around the Indianapolis area. Devin says that his big heart and passion for helping those in need has been his life force. He enjoys spending time with his wife and four boys. Devin also enjoys planning outreach efforts with his church Cornerstone Family Worship Center.


Tony Baker


Anthony Baker graduated from Martin University with a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts, with a double minor in Psychology and Christian Ministry. He grew up here in Indy and always had a passion for helping people. He recently worked as a Case Manager at Wheeler Mission for four years. Tony believes change starts in one person at a time. “I believe I can change the world through my love of Jesus Christ and helping others.”

Ryan Hayes


Ryan joined the Outreach team in November 2015 as the Male Street Outreach Worker. Originally from the Chicagoland area (AKA The Region), Ryan came to Indianapolis in 2007 after finishing college and graduate school at Valparaiso University. Ryan has a diverse array of experience professionally, and voluntarily, serving youth and individuals experiencing homelessness. Also, he has experience serving those struggling with addictions and legal issues. He says “I’m thrilled to be part of the Outreach family after a number of years volunteering and am incredibly excited to get to take part in what God will do in the lives of the youth here.”