Jenn Ramierz Robson named Director of Resident Services for Housing Authority


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After serving as Executive Director to New Futures as well as Southwest Youth and Family Services, Jenn Ramirez Robson has accepted the position of Director of Resident Services for the King County Housing Authority.

Robson formerly worked as a Management Analyst for the City of Burien.

Here’s more from an announcement sent out Wednesday, June 18:

Dear Friends of SWYFS,

After six years of service to New Futures and over a year with Southwest Youth and Family Services, Jenn Ramirez Robson has accepted the position of Director of Resident Services for the King County Housing Authority. While we are saddened to see Jenn leave, we are excited for this wonderful opportunity and know that she will continue to contribute to her community in her new role. Jenn’s contribution to the successful merger between New Futures and SWYFS cannot be understated. We worked as partners in creating our new combined organization.

As the Director of Resident Services for the King County Housing Authority, Jenn will be responsible for connecting residents of KCHA properties to critical services, including those offered by Southwest Youth and Family Services. Jenn’s proven record of incredible service to KCHA residents at our New Futures sites will now be extended to all of KCHA.

The King County Housing Authority couldn’t have chosen a better person to take on this important work and we look forward to again working with Jenn as a partner in bringing great services to the residents of Southwest King County. SWYFS will soon release a job description for a new position that will focus on donor development and relationships to continue to support our work in Southwest Seattle and King County.

Sincerely,
Steve Daschle
Executive Director

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