New Associate Director for Division of Housing Stabilization


Homes for Families is pleased to share the following announcement from Undersecretary Aaron Gornstein announcing the hiring of Rose Evans as the new Associate Director for the Division of Housing and Stabilization at DHCD.  We have had the opportunity to work with Rose and interact with the staff and the families at the Center for Human Development.  Rose has demonstrated great leadership, a commitment to families, compassion and an ability to manage and improve systems.  We look forward to working with her in this new role and making progress towards positive systems change to end family homelessness.

Message from the Undersecretary:

I am pleased to announce that Rose Evans has been hired as the new Associate Director for the Division of Housing Stabilization at DHCD.  Rose joins the Patrick-Murray Administration after nearly three decades at the Center for Human Development in Springfield, where since 1992 she was the Program Director of an array of multi-services programs serving children, adolescents, and families.  She has extensive experience in management and supervision and a deep knowledge of the housing and homelessness field, ranging from emergency shelters to permanent supportive housing.

Rose holds a Masters of Education degree from Cambridge College in Springfield and is licensed by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as a Special Education Administrator, Principal and Superintendent.  She maintains a passion and commitment to children, families, staff, and stakeholders and is guided by the Department’s mission to prevent homelessness, to provide emergency shelter as an important safety net, and to expand permanent housing options for low income households.  Rose will start at DHCD on Monday, March 4th.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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