July 14, 2015

About Us

Our Mission

         The Bridge Street Newspaper aims to bridge the gap between homeless and sheltered by providing the homeless community of Memphis with tools to obtain a self-generated income, college students with publication and non-profit experience, and Memphians with increased community engagement and awareness of issues surrounding homelessness.

Board Members

Warren “Bud” Richey – Associate Vice President at Rhodes College

Kirk Whalum – Grammy Award Winning Saxophone Player and Memphis Activist

Roderick Baldwin – Social Worker at Door of Hope

Don Hutson – C.E.O. of U.S Learning

Tim Sampson – Communications Director at Soulsville Foundation

Jackie Prester – Attorney at Baker Donelson

John Marek – Attorney

Jimmy Dickey – Co-Owner at The Marston Group

William McCorkle – Former President of Memphis Net & Twine

Nita Black – Management Consultant

Pierre Landaiche – General Manager at Memphis Cook Convention Center