Phil Lovin is a well-experienced professional who has worked with REAP NYC for the last 3 years as Chief Chaplin and Volunteer Coordinator, and is currently active in areas like addiction recovery and ministry, animal advocacy, & senior citizen advocacy.
Outside of work, Phil Lovin’s interests include traveling and exploring historical places. Two of his all-time favorite travel destinations are The Philippines and Ireland. Phil is a man with varied interests, and enjoys trying out new recipes in his kitchen as much as indulging in adventure activities like hiking. He also enjoys reading about and visiting sites related to the American Revolution, and collecting handmade art from the mountains, such as handmade pottery, wood carvings, etc.
He is an admirer of the National Park Service (NPS), and is all praises for how well they have been managing the national parks, many national monuments, and other conservation and historical properties across the United States. Phil has been actively supporting two of the National Parks, including - The Blue Ridge Parkway and The Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
About Phil Lovin
Phil Lovin has worked with REAP NYC for the last 3 years as Chief Chaplin and Volunteer Coordinator. Talking about his educational background, Phil has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degree in Psychology. He also has a doctorate degree in theology and in ministry (seminary). In addition to that, he has received special education in counseling as well.
He is quite passionate about helping others overcome addiction and put their lives back on track. In that order, he volunteers for a number of organizations in NYC that share the same vision. He loves to cook and go hiking with his friends. Whenever he gets some time away from work, Phil prefers spending it exploring historical places.