Jerusalem House Partners With Emory Graduate Program
(September 2017) As part of a new partnership with Emory’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, we are proud to announce that Anna Pang, a graduate student in the Family Nurse Practitioner program, has joined our board as an intern/non-voting member.
Jerusalem House Welcomes Dr. Kenneth L. Samuel to the Board of Directors
(August 2017) Kenneth L. Samuel, M.Div., D.Min., Pastor of Victory for the World Church, has joined our Board of Directors. Dr. Samuel is also an author, a professor, and founder of Victory Outreach In Community Empowerment (VOICE). VOICE enriches the Stone Mountain Community with services such as GED training and financial literacy classes.
Jerusalem House Board Elects Fiscal Year 2018 Officers
(June 2017) The Jerusalem House Board of Directors voted to approve the following officers for FY18:
Robin Sangston, President
Matthew Kent, Vice President
Monique Quindsland, Treasurer
Ehize Lee, Secretary
Jeff Perkins will remain on the board for two more years as Immediate Past President.
Jerusalem House Welcomes Three to the Board of Directors
(May 2017) Jerusalem House has added three new members to our Board of Directors: David McEachern of Keller Williams, Jose Jimenez of Cox Communications, and Chris Privette of Orange Business Services.
Welcome Evan Glover
(March 2017) Evan Wm Glover of GE Transportation has joined our Board of Directors. In 2016, he was selected as one of Georgia Trend’s 40 Under 40.
Charlie Frew Elected Human Rights Campaign Vice Chair
(September 2016) Jerusalem House Executive Director Charlie Frew has been selected as a Human Rights Campaign Foundation Board Vice Chair. The Human Rights Campaign Foundation is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization that encourages gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans to live their lives openly. The HRC Foundation Board has the ultimate authority for the actions of the Foundation. The board manages the foundation’s finances and establishes official policies governing the foundation.
Jerusalem House Honored by the Mayor’s Office
(June 2016) The Jerusalem House Program for Adults and Family Program were chosen as Top Performers for Energy Conservation by the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge, a program of the City of Atlanta Mayor’s Office of Sustainability.
Jerusalem House to Add 200 Units
(September 2015) Jerusalem House announced that it will provide permanent, supportive housing to more than 270 additional people over the next two years. New funding of $4 million will be provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the City of Atlanta Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS program (HOPWA) to fund the expansion of the Jerusalem House Scattered Site II Program and the creation of a new tenant-based rental assistance program called New Horizons. Read the full press release here.