Mr. Kreeb stated, “It is my belief that Chris is uniquely qualified to lead Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House into what I see as the next shift. His knowledge, skills, and abilities in the social service arena coupled with an impressive track record in successful strategic planning better situates Mr. Coleman for the job.
Additionally, he brings outstanding leadership that will be invaluable as the board of directors seeks to advance the agency and extend its reach to those in need. I have given myself to service of the past 40 plus years, I see that same compassion to serving the less vulnerable that I strive to present throughout my career. Chris will do a great job!”
“Mr. Coleman brings several years of non-profit administrative experience to the proverbial table. It was critical for us to identify a professional who would focus on a defined process of moving our programs forward and more importantly, producing high caliber results for our ministry. Chris fits the bill of achieving those specific objectives.” Mr. Earl McDowell Jr., Board President.
Coleman joined Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House in 1999 as an AmeriCorps Member and through ongoing executive level career advancements, before being named Senior Vice President of Operations for the organization last year. Coleman has more than 17