Ms. Sherrill Hampton Resigns As Chief Executive Officer
Charlotte, N.C., January 19, 2021 – The Board of Directors of Supportive Housing Communities (SHC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping homeless individuals and families off the streets of Charlotte by providing affordable housing, case management and relevant resources to alleviate homelessness and human suffering, announced that Ms. Sherrill Hampton, CEO, will resign to pursue new opportunities.
“We would like to thank Ms. Hampton for her commitment and contributions to the organization,” said Tonya Bruce, Supportive Housing Communities Board Chair. “She started with us last March and led our organization through unprecedented times. Because of her efforts, we have a greater sense of direction and remain positioned to meet the needs of our most vulnerable population. We wish Sherrill well in her future endeavors.”
The Board has full faith in SHC’s senior leadership and program delivery teams. They intend to open a search to seek out a strong, compassionate leader who can expand the SHC mission and ensure provision of its critical programs and services.
About Supportive Housing Communities
Supportive Housing Communities (SHC) is a leader in Charlotte for ending homelessness. The organization pioneered the concept of providing permanent supportive housing to homeless people with disabilities and prides itself on a 97 percent success rate of keeping residents in stable housing. SHC manages McCreesh Place, St. John’s Place, scattered sites across the region and participates in PATH, a street outreach program. Stay up to date on SHC news and happenings at www.supportivehousingcommunities.org and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.