The CEO of the Central Florida Commission on Homelessness, Shelley Lauten, has tendered her resignation from her post.
Lauten took the reigns for the organization back in October 2016 from Andrae Bailey and was instrumental in the housing of 800 chronically homeless individuals.
Lauten stated that she felt did not have the skillset necessary to bring the organization to the next level in their mission; to scale their Housing First model even further and set up a long-term investment and funding plan to further the work.
You can read her entire resignation letter by clicking HERE.
Shelley Lauten is expected to exit the job this June.