Psalms Rojas, MSW (she/her) is the Chief Administrative Officer at Marian House, a Baltimore-based transitional and permanent supportive housing program serving women and children with experiences of trauma, including homelessness, poverty, incarceration, substance abuse, and more. She received her Bachelor of Social Work from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California and her Master of Social Work from the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland.
Psalms is passionate about people and the stories that weave us together. The core of her career is focused on empowering vulnerable populations (i.e. persons experiencing homelessness, addiction, and/or poverty, and returning citizens) through direct services, coalition building, and advocacy. As a fellow in the Institute for Islamic Christian Jewish Studies Justice Leaders Fellowship, Rojas is committed to increasing interreligious understanding and cooperation to build a more economically just Baltimore.