Findlay Hope House for the Homeless Announces Resignation of CEO
January 16, 2018
Hope House Board President Beth Kroetz announced today that she received the resignation of CEO Angela Crist, effective January 18, 2018. Said Kroetz, “Angela provided strong leadership in support of our mission ‘to eliminate homelessness and alleviate poverty’ during an important period of transition for our agency. We wish her great success and happiness in her future endeavors.”
Hope House is a Hancock County human services agency that provides housing support and assistance to persons experiencing homelessness. Annually, almost 7,000 people benefit from Hope House services, including transitional shelter, housing referral and case management.
The organization’s financial development director, Julie Brown, will assume the position of interim CEO until a new CEO is appointed.