Tobie Smith, MD, MPH
Tobie is the founder and Executive Director of Street Health DC. She is a Family Physician who has been providing medical care for persons experiencing homelessness for over a decade. She previously was a Medical Director at Health Care for the Homeless in Baltimore, MD, and has volunteered with free health clinics in Texas, Maryland and Washington, DC. She is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine at Georgetown School of Medicine, where she is faculty advisor for the Georgetown HOYA student-run free clinic and Georgetown Street Medicine Outreach.
Emili Delp, MD
Emili is a Founding Board Member and Medical Director of Street Health DC. She is a family medicine and primary care physician at Unity Healthcare in Washington DC. She did her residency training at Medstar Health/Georgetown-Washington Hospital Center and was a health policy scholar with a focus on substance use and unsheltered homeless healthcare. She is a graduate of Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (MD) and University of Pittsburgh (BA). Her practice focuses on harm reduction and meeting the patient where they are. This means always supporting the health of patients on their terms, whether they are ready to reduce substance use or continue using, and going to meet them where they are physically living, on the street or in a tent. She is a strong advocate for housing as a human right and that housing is healthcare!
Xerxeser Kayode, MHA, BSN, RN
Xerxeser Kayodé is a founding Board Member of Street Health DC. She has worked within the community health and healthcare fields for over 10 years. Before joining Georgetown University's Family Medicine Department, she volunteered as a community health promoter/navigator and was eventually employed as the Deputy Project Director of a community-based organization in Maryland where she gained increased interest and expertise in healthcare administration and policies, health disparities, underserved populations, and maternal and child health issues. Xerxeser is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies where she received her Masters of Science degree in Health Systems Administration. Her capstone was titled Exploring Healthcare Seeking Behaviors and Barriers in the Homeless Street-Dwelling Population in Urban Areas of the District of Columbia. She also graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Trinity University in Washington D.C. For fun, Xerxeser loves to volunteer, bake traditional pastries and enjoy live music concerts.
David Sternberg, MHA
Braden Remington, MPH
Braden Remington is Board Member of Street Health DC. He recently graduated from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a customized MPH focused on epidemiology, humanitarian health, and health finance and did his practicum experience with Street Health DC. Prior to this experience, he worked as a Maternal and Child Health Volunteer in rural Rwanda with the Peace Corps and for California's Department of Social Services on homelessness initiatives. In his spare time, he enjoys travelling, backpacking, and trying new cuisines.
My name is Wesley Greene and I am a senior at School Without Walls High School in D.C. I grew up on Capitol Hill and I have lived in D.C my entire life. I work as an intern at StreetHealth DC organizing inventory and creating systems for streamlining our outreach process. I am excited to be a part of this great team and learn more about community work and street medicine.