Paul Sherlock worked in business for 34 years, which gave him experience in critical thinking and problem solving. For the past ten years, he has been a grassroots activist, participating in the Great Climate March and taking part in the Standing Rock Struggle for six weeks.
For the past eighteen years, Paul has worked with homeless people. He was a board member for the Metanoia Project, which works with shelter-resistant homeless, and served as their Board President for four and a half years.
Currently, Paul is in charge of Radical Hospitality, another overnight shelter for the shelter-resistant homeless. Paul is very involved in the development of low income housing for people coming out of the shelter system. He is working on creating a transitional housing model for people who are shelter resistant.
A firm believer in pets for those below the poverty line and the need to provide low cost alternatives, Paul loves animals and believes that we need to act on our beliefs. He lives with two dogs and two cats.