A message from Kiantae Bowles, Chair of the Board of Directors | November 10, 2022
It is with mixed emotions that I announce the departure of our President & CEO, Paul W. Hamann. After more than twenty years of service to The Night Ministry, Paul has decided that this is the most advantageous time to step away from the Organization and focus on the next chapter of his career. His last day with the Organization will be November 18, 2022.
Paul has led The Night Ministry to an exciting point in its history and has positioned it for further growth, as we continue to innovate our programming and develop new approaches to serving members of the community who are unhoused or experiencing poverty.
Please join me in thanking Paul for his service and in recognizing him for his leadership and role in the Organization, having accomplished so much during his tenure as President & CEO of The Night Ministry. Some of these accomplishments include:
And, under his leadership, The Night Ministry moved forward on its commitment to becoming an anti-racist organization.
Your support of The Night Ministry's mission, and the relationships you have built with us over the past two decades, have played an important role in the realization of these milestones. I want to thank you for your deep engagement with us and for your care for those whom The Night Ministry serves.
The Night Ministry's Board of Directors will begin a search for a new President & CEO. In the meantime, our Senior Vice President, Erin Ryan, will serve as interim President & CEO. I am confident in the ability of Erin, the Executive Team, and the Board to lead the organization during this transition period and beyond.
Thank you for your ongoing support of The Night Ministry's mission.
Chair, The Night Ministry's Board of Directors