TX BoS CoC Board

Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care Board

The Texas Balance of State Continuum of Care (TX BoS CoC) Board determines the policy direction of the CoC and ensures that the CoC fulfills its responsibilities. Additionally, the Board oversees the work of CoC committees and the CoC Lead Agency and HMIS Lead Agency (Texas Homeless Network).  Board members also stay informed about how the CoC is performing to prevent and end homelessness, and they serve as liaisons between the CoC and the counties and sub-populations they represent. Board nominations are now closed, and we are reviewing the nominees for our 2020 Elections. Voting will take place electronically beginning July 27th. To stay informed about elections, make sure that you are subscribed to the TX BoS CoC Newsletter.

2020 TX BoS CoC Board Elections

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CoC Board elections are open from July 27th to August 14th. Anyone living or working within the TX BoS CoC with an interest in homelessness is eligible to vote. Candidate ballots are available below.

Fill out the form here to vote: 2020 TX BoS CoC Elections Ballot

If you have any issues with accessing the ballot form or candidate information, please reach out to Assistant Director of Engagement Mary Stahlke by email at mary@thn.org, or by phone at 512-861-2180.

Board Nominees

Seat 2 – Homeless Veterans
  • Pamela Segura  – Substance Abuse Specialist, West Texas VA Medical Center
Seat 4 – Homeless Families
 Seat 6 – Victim Services
  • Daisy Lopez – Victim and Education Manager, Friendship of Women
  • Vineta Byrd – Housing Director, SAFE-T Crisis Center
Seat 8 – Health/ Medical
  • Tavia Hatfield – Regional Director of Community Health Investment, Covenant Health/Providence Health
  • Leslie Stalnaker – Public Health Program Manager, University of Texas Medical Branch
 Seat 10 – Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Recipient/ Entitlement Jurisdictions
 Seat 12 – Law Enforcement/ Criminal Justice
  • Kyle Moore – Police Officer, Killeen Police Department Homeless Outreach Team
 Seat 14 – Faith Community or Faith-Based Organization

Our Current Board Members

2020 Board Meeting Notes

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