The board of The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center has promoted Charlene Altenhain to the role of Executive Director, along with the promotion of three other key staff. The promotions come with the departure of Dr. Kameron Hodgens, who is moving on this month.
“The board was unanimous in its excitement to name Charlene to the role of Executive Director,” said Robin Serbin, Board President. “Her passion and commitment to the organization, along with her demonstrated leadership show that she is the right person for the job. We are all looking forward to the Center’s next chapter.”
Altenhain has served as the organization’s primary operations leader since 2014, and as COO since 2018. With a five-acre campus housing 17 human service nonprofits, she participates in a number of community-wide efforts in the Sarasota/Manatee region. Currently, she is chair of the Community Alliance of Sarasota County, co-chair of the Adult Leadership Program and member of the Leadership Council for the Greater Sarasota Chamber, and she is a member of Sarasota County’s Human Services Advisory Council.
“We are so sad to see Kameron go, but we are excited for her future endeavors as she stays involved in the community,” said Altenhain. “I have absolute confidence in the team we have built at Glasser/Schoenbaum. Together, we are ready to serve the human services network as it grows and strengthens.”
The three other promotions include Sarah Glendening, Director of Community Relations; Marian Haupt, Facilities Manager; and Andrea Lane, Director of Administration.
“I will forever be inspired by the Center’s mission, staff, and board,” says Kameron Hodgens. “This organization, along with each of our nonprofit tenant partners, will always be close to my heart. I look forward to continuing to work with many community partners in the years to come.”
Real estate is one of the greatest costs in a business budget. Our partnership with The Glasser/Schoenbaum Human Services Center allows more money to go towards our mission. And what better place to house our office than on a campus with nineteen other outreach agencies.
Collaboration is key to the success of our work. The Campus of Caring is a unique space where we can easily join forces with other agencies to make the best use of our resources and maximize our community impact. The affordable rent allows us to allocate more funds to our mission of transforming the lives of students and their families.
As a small organization with a staff of two, employee safety was a big consideration when we were looking for office space. We did not want our employees to be in a place where they were alone. Being on the GSHSC campus has been great because there is a whole community of like-minded professionals.
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