Kathy Mohan comes to Housing Justice with a strong track record in social housing where she has experience of both designing and delivering services. In a career spanning 30 years, Kathy has operated at senior levels in a range of social housing organisations – and brings a strong personal and professional commitment to the issues of homelessness.
Kathy’s commitment to tackling homelessness and poor housing carries through to her personal life where she has volunteered through her Church to support the winter night shelter movement for many years – helping to lead the transition of her local scheme to CIO status and becoming its first Chair of Trustees.
Through this experience Kathy has direct experience of the importance of Housing Justice in supporting this very valuable voluntary work.
Kathy will be joining Housing Justice from St Mungo’s Housing, having previously worked for the YMCA, The Guinness Partnership, Sanctuary, Servite and within Local Government.
She has also served on an ALMO Board and with a supported housing charity.
As a member of the Church of England, Kathy will be the first Chief Executive of the charity who has not been a practising Roman Catholic or a member of its clergy within the 60 year history.