Joseph Mettimano has lived in Washington, DC, and the metropolitan area for more than 28 years and currently resides in Herndon, VA, with his wife and daughter.
Mr. Mettimano has nearly three decades of experience in the nonprofit sector, including leadership roles with organizations such as Global Impact, Prison Fellowship, World Vision, UNICEF USA and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. With these and other organizations, he served causes as varied as global poverty, prisoner transformation, malaria, child sex trafficking, and the environment through his advocacy, communications, fundraising and marketing roles.
His personal involvement with the homeless community spans over 20 years, including serving for the past seven years as a pastor on the streets in Washington, DC, where he preaches every Wednesday night and leads a weekly outreach with food distribution and a time of fellowship.
His Christian faith and ministry commitments have allowed him to serve in a variety of ministry roles during the past 25 years. He is an ordained associate pastor and elder at The Orchard Church, in Arlington, VA.
Joseph graduated Cum Laude from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and he received additional training at The George Washington University, Center for Continuing Education.