Reverend Dr. Terry Troia
President and Chief Executive Officer
Reverend Dr. Terry Troia has been at the helm of Project Hospitality since 1985, first serving as our Executive Director and currently as President and CEO. A Reformed Church in America minister, she is also the pastor of the Reformed Church of Huguenot Park in Staten Island. Reverend Troia has served on several city and state wide boards including the NYC Commission on Economic Opportunity, the NYC Commission on AIDS, the NYC Temporary Commission on Day Laborer Job Sites, the NYC Committee to End Homelessness, the NYC Task Force for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Runaway and Homeless Youth, NYC Inter-Agency Task Force on Youth Violence, and NYC HIV Housing Workgroup. Currently she serves on the Mayors Clergy Advisory Council. The the NYPD Taining Advisory Council, the NYC Council Gun Violence Task Force, the New York State Interfaith Immigration Network, the NYC Supportive Housing Task Force, and is Co Chair of Tackling Youth Substance Abuse Initative. Reverend Troia serves on the board of directors of the Supportive hOusing Network of New York, Homeless Services United, Coordinated Behavioral Care, El Centro del Inmigrante, a local day laborer organization and on the Staten Island Family Health Care Coalition and the Staten Island Inter-Religious Leadership, a network of local religious leaders committed to upholding the biblical charism of hospitality and justice. She is a member of New Brighton Coalition of Concerned Citizens, Port Richmond Proud, and the Staten Island Immigrant Council. Since Hurricane Sandy hit the shores of Staten Island in October of 2012, Reverend Troia has been at the forefront of the relief efforts. She is currently serving as President of The Staten Island Community and Interfaith Long Term Recovery Organization.