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Morgan became the Executive Director in the spring of 2016. Previously she had served as the Development and Community Relations Director and led the coordination of signature fundraising events including the annual Run for Shelter 5K, and Tastes & Treasures. She continues to engage with the community, speaking with groups of all ages and affiliations, and helping to coordinate volunteer efforts. In addition, she supports the efforts of staff and clients in our programs to work toward long term solutions to housing challenges and crises in our community. Morgan also coordinates our First Time Homebuyers Program along with the Borough of State College. Please contact her with your questions about how to help, how to donate, and how Housing Transitions works.
As the Executive Director, nearly since its inception, Ron has provided vision and stable guidance through program growth and adjustment based on the needs of Centre County. His leadership has maintained the integrity of Housing Transitions and allowed for the flexibility necessary to address new challenges throughout the past 28 years. He can be looked to for expertise on affordable housing in the area, coordinating efforts with all levels of government, and connecting with other human service organizations, and housing related services in the Centre Region.
Annette works behind the scenes to ensure clients and staff have the skills and resources they need in order to succeed with the work they have in front of them. She ensures compliance with grant and program requirements, maintains statistics directs the operations of all programs.
“I love what I do. I love interacting with our clients and watching their lives change. They do all the work, we are just here when they need us.”
After years as the Housing Case Manager, Jennifer was promoted to Centre House Shelter Manager. In this role, she works directly with residents in Centre House, home to the shelter and Housing Transitions offices. In addition to working with clients, helping them set goals, and providing support and guidance during their stay, Jennifer provides leadership support to the Centre House Case Manager and the night shift supervisors who ensure the shelter is professionally staffed 24/7 all year.
“This is a very challenging job. Helping clients overcome their particular barriers and learn how to navigate safety net services, for longterm stability is rewarding.”
Ainsley regularly meets with clients in our transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing programs to work on goals, budgeting, job searches and whatever else the client might need to successfully maintain or work toward stable housing. She performs apartment inspections to make sure that the apartments are kept in good condition.
As the Adult Services Case Manager, Jan helps people, from 18-59 years old, stay in their homes. A master at resource coordination, she assists people on an individual basis to address their unique needs. Often, her clients are challenged with illness or disability affecting their ability to maintain and care for their current homes.
Susan manages the budget counseling program for our first time home buyers program.