Ellen Groh, Executive Director
Ellen has served as Executive Director since February, 2014. Ellen has a long history of working on poverty issues. She has formerly worked as a legal services attorney in North Carolina and in affordable housing development with the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, as well as working with a private developer of affordable housing. She holds a Juris Doctorate from University of North Carolina School of Law, and an M.S. in Public Health from Harvard School of Public Health.
Mark Fagan, Chief Operating Officer
Mark joined CCEH after a long, successful career managing teams to assist corporate clients in addressing and resolving complex matters—none of which were as important or life-changing as homelessness. He brings to CCEH his experiences and skills in financial matters, human resources and operations with the goal of allowing CCEH’s front line team of case workers and volunteers to focus on serving the population of people experiencing homelessness with compassionate, high-quality service. Mark moved to Concord in 2019 from Connecticut . He graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration from Fordham University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Lisa Rowley, Housing First Housing Stability Specialist
Lisa comes to us after years of working for an area agency serving people in her local community. She has an Associates Degree in science and has almost completed her degree in Human Services. Lisa has met many challenges throughout her career working with people. She is happy serving those most in need and dedicated to those she serves. Lisa enjoys learning and is always evolving.
Teri Gladstone, Office Administrator
Teri joined CCEH in March of 2020. Teri comes to CCEH with over twenty years experience in office administration. She has served multiple terms on the Board of Directors for Live and Let Live Farm rescue and Second Start. Her volunteer time is varied and includes US Jaycees, Zonta, Family Promise, and Rise Again to name a few. She has lived in Concord for 32 years.
Tim Devincenzo, Resource Center Case Manager
Tim Joined the CCEH family in 2020, coming to us from Families in Transition/New Horizons where he worked to establish homeless outreach services in Manchester NH. He has been working with people experiencing housing insecurity and Substance Use Disorder for over 7 years and considers himself a person in long term recovery for 10 years. Tim is a long time Harm-Reductionist and human rights activist/advocate in the state of NH, currently sitting on the advisory board for NH Harm Reduction Coalition. Tim brings his big heart and deep passion to the field and as a devoted family man. When he is not working he can be found playing music, creating visual art and doing stand up comedy.
Cameron Ealy, Resource Center Case Manager
Cam has been a part of the CCEH family since 2019 in which he completed two internships (Resource Center and Winter Shelter), earning his Associates Degree in Human Services from NHTI. Cam continued on with his career at CCEH by taking on a lead position, Winter Shelter Manager, during the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic! Today, Cam has been promoted to Resource Center Case Manager, here he will work full-time using his education and knowledge to help work towards ending homelessness in the City of Concord. Cam will begin the CRSW (Certified Recovery Support Worker) Academy at NHTI in Fall 2021.
Susan Matheson, Resource Center Case Manager Support Staff
Susan has a passion for working with people experiencing homelessness and does whatever she can to assist Julie and Tim. She comes to CCEH with 28 plus years as a Full Time Advanced EMT and Volunteer Firefighter and is currently studying at SNHU, working on a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services with a concentration in substance use disorders. When not working you will find her spending time with her three daughters or on a scuba diving adventure.