Greg Morris: Chief Executive Officer
Boulder, CO – Greg Morris, a leader in serving homeless and at-risk populations, has joined Boulder Shelter for the Homeless as Chief Executive Officer.
Morris has over 20 years of experience in both nonprofit and government leadership and management serving homeless and at-risk populations. Most recently, he served as the Executive Director of HopeWorks, the largest comprehensive homeless service provider in New Mexico, offering day shelter, extensive behavioral health services and both scattered and single-site housing programs.
He is the founder and first Executive Director of Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless, Inc. (CATCH), a nationally recognized re-housing program serving families experiencing homelessness in three Idaho counties. Earlier in his career, he worked for the City of Boise as a Fair Housing Coordinator and as a Shelter Program Manager at Community House.
Morris was a member of Idaho’s Homeless Coordination Committee, tasked by the Governor, and participated in the development of Idaho’s 10-Year Plan to Address Homelessness. He has also served as President of the Boise/Ada County Homeless Coalition.
The oldest and largest shelter for the homeless in Boulder County, the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless has provided emergency shelter and a wide array of wraparound services for four decades. Although best known for its overnight shelter services, the Shelter has become a leading proponent of Housing First and has helped hundreds of individuals move into permanent supportive housing. For more information about Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, visit www.bouldershelter.org.