Introducing Catherine McHenry, this week’s Faces of HOPE feature!
Favorite Animal – Sloth
Favorite Food – Loves it all…except liver and onions. But especially likes sushi and anything spicy.
Favorite movie/book/show – Fried Green Tomatoes
Background / History – Born in Nebraska, but moved to Colorado in 6th grade. Graduated from Arapahoe HS, went to college in Canada, travelled the world, came back and auditioned for theatre in California and travelled with the “Lambs Players” doing street and reader’s theatre as well as dance for years. Has worked at HOPE for 10 years and married to Freddie.
Tell us about a unique experience/story that’s happened to you:
“My theatre company helped design the set for “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” and I had an uncredited appearance in the movie running away from being attacked by the killer tomatoes. I was one of the fortunate ones that survived.”
If you could meet and have dinner with any person who would it be? Why?:
“I would have dinner with Quintin Tarantino because he’s complicated and even though you don’t see it coming, his movies always have some kind of redemption. I would also like to dine with Michelle Obama due to her strength and convictions about herself and her family.”
What would you change about the world?
“Everything… Just kidding. I do think there needs to be more compassion and people getting involved.”
Why is HOPE important to you?
“Hope cares without judgement and is supported by people. Like JFK said, ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.”