ANEW Place Welcomes New Leaders to Board of Directors

ANEW Place is pleased to announce the addition of three new board members to their Board of Directors. The Board of ANEW Place provides support and advocacy around ANEW’s mission and 4-phase transitional programs to reintegrate homeless adults back into the community through holistic help, job skill training, and long-term solutions.

Matt Beer is a long time supporter of ANEW Place and is the Executive Director at 150 Cherry St. in Burlington Vermont. 150 Cherry St. Inc. facilitates community initiatives for the city, creative compassion for the world, and spiritual renewal for all. Matt also serves on the Board of Directors for Exodus Cry, an anti-trafficking organization that is focused on raising awareness and mobilizing the church to engage with the issue of human trafficking. Matt lives in South Burlington with his wife and three children.

Jordan Easley has previously served with ANEW Place as a part of their Ambassador Team. He works in several parishes throughout the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington in the area of religious education for both adults and children. Jordan is the lucky husband of Leah Easley and the proud father of Magdalena Easley.

Katherine Schad is currently the Vice President for Project Support Services at Tetra Tech ARD, a US government contractor that creates sustainable solutions in the third world to address complex challenges such as water supply & sanitation and agriculture & economic growth. She holds an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management in International Management and a BA in International Relations from Gordon College. She and her family live in Hinesburg, Vermont and she is an active member of St. Timothy Anglican Mission where she serves on the missions and hospitality committees.

To find out more about ANEW Place and our life-changing work to help the homeless start ANEW, visit us at: www.anewplacevt.org.

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