About the Founder
“If you bring someone out of darkness and change their direction you can change the outcome of their life”
The COHAP OUTREACH CORPORATION is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Natasha Wilson. In 2014, Mrs. Wilson was struck by the sheer amount of homelessness, and accompanying hopelessness, within the community and decided to do something about it. In particular, she noticed the lack of support, education, and employment for those formerly incarcerated and those who have served our nation. From this, COHAP (Chance of Hope and Prosperity) was born.
Mrs. Wilson has a degree in Business Management with a 13-year background in Real Estate & Real Estate Investment. She is also a Project Manager, Business Consultant, and Entrepreneur.
She has been recognized for the following:
🏅Humanitarian of the Year (Pulse The Magazine)
🏅Non-Profit Organizer of the Year (Pulse The Magazine)
🏅 Top 20 Elite Women of Culture Award (Santee & Associates Foundation)
Natasha Wilson is a multi-skilled person, passionate of what she does and what she talks. Her expertise includes:
- Marketing Event Planning
- Fundraising Campaign Management
- Nonprofit Leadership and Management
- Business Management
- Event Planning and Coordinating
- Project Planning and Management
- Real Estate Development
- Interior Design
- Building Relationships with Community Partners
- Operation and Process Improvement
- Presentations and Fundraising
Mrs. Wilson is a wife, mother, and philanthropist. COHAP came to her spiritually as she experienced firsthand the effects of having a family member removed from her life through incarceration and personally experiencing homelessness.
Through COHAP, Mrs. Wilson has created programs to help those on parole or probation seamlessly re-enter society. She had noticed many men and women returning to the prison system after getting paroled due to a lack of support, education, employment, and financial circumstances.
Hope and Prosperity. Isn’t that every human’s birthright? Natasha Wilson believes it is. And that is exactly what she and COHAP are working to bring to our community.