TPCH Board of Directors
(Updated July 14, 2019)
The Board is responsible for overall policy and direction of TPCH, and delegates responsibility of day-to-day operations to the staff and committees. The Board currently has 30 members, including the five (5) non-voting committee chairs.
- Chair: Claudia Powell, University of Arizona Southwest Institute for Research on Women
- Vice-Chair: Daniela Figueroa, Youth On Their Own
- Secretary-Treasurer: To be elected
Karla Avalos, Office of US Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick
Jodie Earll Barnes, City of Tucson Housing and Community Development (ESG Representative)
Danielle Beaudry, Kay Kay Realty
Natalie Becker, Tucson Fire Department (Tucson Community Care Collaborative - TC3)
Melissa Benjamin, Our Family Services
Lieutenant Jamie Brady, Tucson Police Department
Eddie Carter and Louie Daniel, Youth Action Committee Representatives (share YAC vote)
Allison Davis, Southern Arizona VA Health Care System
Nona Eath, City of Tucson (Tucson/Pima County Public Housing Authority)
Bill Finch, Salvation Army
Tabitha Frable, Tucson Preparatory School
Gilberto Gutierrez, La Frontera Center
John Matheny, Pima County Community Development and Neighborhood Conservation (ESG Representative)
Mark McClain, Community Member
Matt Pate, Pima County Administrators Office (Criminal Justice Reform Unit)
John Roldán, Business Community
Pamela Moseley, Pima County Community Services, Employment and Training (HMIS Lead Representative)
Jason Thorpe, City of Tucson Housing & Community Development (Collaborative Applicant Representative)
Jeremy Upton, Gospel Rescue Mission
Janie Villareal, El Rio Health Center
Cliff Wade, Community Member
Non-voting Committee Chairpersons
Ana Billings, Compass Affordable Housing - HMIS Commitee
Jenifer Darland, Pima County Community Services, Employment and Training - Continuum of Services Committee
Emma Hockenberg, Primavera Foundation- Coordinated Entry Committee
Steven Nelson, Pima County Community Services, Employment and Training - Governance and Planning Committee
Austin Puca, Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation, Performance Evaluation and Monitoring Committee
Two TPCH Board seats are currently vacant and accepting community nominations or applications from persons interested in participating in community-level decision-making and strategic efforts to prevent and end homelessness in Tucson and throughout Pima County. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Community Member - Currently/Formerly Homeless Seat (1 seat vacant): Currently/formerly homeless individuals are invited to apply.
Philanthropy Seat (1 seat vacant): Foundation staff, trustees, and high-level donors are invited to apply.
Utility Seat (1 seat vacant): Employees or directors of public utility companies operating in Pima County are invited to apply.