Michael Overway, Executive Director
Michael Overway, is the current Executive Director at the Hunger & Homeless Coalition of Collier County and CEO at Continuum Care | Consulting. He currently serves on several boards; the Florida Coalition for the Homeless Board of Directors, the Charlotte County Healthy Start Board as Vice-Chair, the Guardian ad Litem Foundation Board of Directors, and also served on the Regional NAMI Board to revitalize the Charlotte County NAMI program. Michael has lead in the growth of HMIS data systems and Continuum of Care programs in Southwest Florida for the past 11 years. He looks forward to serving the Continuum of Care partnerships in Collier County, assisting them with services and program development in the homeless system of care.
“Continuum of Care systems are meant to support the community as it seeks to reform and set programs and projects into motion that provide quality, clarity, and transparency for the end user.” – Michael Overway
Yusleidy “Julie” Nunez, Programs
Yusleidy “Julie” Nuñez has established a professional record of assisting the Collier County community over her 24 years as a resident of Naples. Before joining the Hunger and Homeless Coalition, Julie served as a caseworker for our partner agency Catholic Charities of Naples, helping pair clients with needed resources and Hurricane Relief Assistance Programs. Before then, she served as a housing counselor for HELP (D/B/A HDC of SW FL), where she assisted borrowers with foreclosure prevention and The Florida Hardest Hit Program. Julie also served the public as a deputy clerk at the Collier County Clerk of Courts, as Customer Service Specialist at the Collier County Government and as an Administrative Assistant at the Office of the Public Defender.
Nadja Joseph, CRN/HMIS Administrator
Nadja Joseph is a HMIS/CRN Administrator at The Hunger Homeless Coalition of Collier County. Nadja provides technical and user support for ServicePoint® software, including account set-up, system monitoring and testing, problem diagnosis and resolution.
As a Naples born native, Nadja has worked in accounting, property management, and hospitality over the years. Her bi-cultural background and focus on community collaboration has led her to several volunteer opportunities and community leadership roles.
Her focus is to facilitate partnerships within the community and serves as the lead team member for ongoing data trend analysis, ad-hoc reporting, and data-driven special projects.