Committees & Working Groups
For full CVCoC Member participation.
Chair: Jim Meador
Increases public awareness and broadens support for implementing policies and programs aimed at ending homelessness.
Chair: Sarah Quarantotto
The Homeless and Housing Services Committee works to improve the homeless response system through developing program recommendations consistent with best practices in homeless assistance while overseeing the implementation and improvement of coordinated intake for the CVCoC.
Chair: Sarah Francis
The Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) Committee works to ensure that the CVCoC meets its responsibilities regarding data collection, data sharing and privacy, data quality, implementation of new features, training and recruitment of new HMIS participating agencies.
Chair: Melva Walker
The Monitoring and Evaluation Committee reviews CVCoC funded (either through HUD or DHCD funds) projects through the Board approved standardized evaluation tool. The monitoring tool incorporates site visits, evaluation of outcomes, financial audits, and case files.
Chair: Jeremy White
The Nominating Committee works to ensure that the CoC Board is comprised of individuals representing homeless or formerly homeless persons, homeless service provider organizations, partner organizations and persons from each locality under the CVCoC.
Chair: Amber Teer
The Point in Time Committee plans and implements the annual Point in Time Count according to HUD guidelines while working closely with the HMIS Lead to prepare, organize, and submit the data to HUD.
Chair: Chelsey Tomlin
The Training Committee is responsible for ensuring that funded and partner agencies have access to trainings required or recommended through HUD or DHCD.
Ad hoc Committees
Chair: Kristen Nolen
Develops and reviews plans for individuals and families experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness to identify and secure services and supports that will lead to stable housing. CCR team members help problem solve difficult cases and determine prioritization for permanent supportive housing and rapid re-housing.
Chair: Amber Teer
Helps to develop real time data on homelessness using the By-Name List, optimize local housing resources, track progress toward monthly goals, and accelerate proven strategies.