HOH Board of Directors
Pastor Malcom Mosley
Attended the University of South Florida with an emphasis on finance and accounting. He has been a small business owner and served as Administrative Director for the HUD Program in a local community. Currently he is the Administrator at House of Hope. Pastor Malcolm graduated from the program in 2007 and has a deep commitment to the House of Hope. His goal is to continue to seek opportunities to assist in the advancement of Gods Kingdom and utilize his extensive experience and skills in management, ministry, public relations and leadership to break the chains of addiction and give hope to the men at House of Hope.
Gene has been an area resident for the past 10 years. Gene is a graduate of Purdue University and retired as Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Rosemount, Inc. a division of Emerson Electric. Gene brings to the Board a knowledge of leadership and planning. The growth of the program and its development of the students into more productive Christians and the reduction of substance abuse are important goals for the Board.
Bill has brought to the Board the knowledge learned from his years as a business owner. Bill is originally from Illinois where he was an auto dealer. Supporting the transformation of the students as they progress through the program and the growth of the program are important to Bill.
Bill Keen began Salescorp in Wildwood in 1999 and expanded the company to meet the needs of his customers. A native Floridian, Bill also currently serves as the Sumter County Supervisor of Elections. Bill brings his business knowledge and his drive to serve the community to the Board. Bill and his wife reside in Wildwood and have 3 children and 1 grandchild.
Patricia brings to the Board an extensive background in nonprofit work, serving in leadership positions with both local and national organizations for over 35 years. A graduate of Valparaiso University, Pat is experienced in all areas of resource development and management of nonprofits. Pat uses her skills to seek fiscal stability and community awareness of House of Hope. Pat moved to the area 5 years ago from Central Illinois.
Mary has been an area resident for 10 years. Mary attended Eastern Michigan University and has a Bachelor of Ministry degree from Pillsbury Seminary. Currently a resource member of the Prison /Jail Ministry Task Force for the United Methodist Church, Mary also serves as the Executive Director of Residents Encounter Christ (REC) for the State of Florida and is President of the REC-Florida Board. Mary sees the continued development of the educational and vocational programs as integral parts of preparing students for life after House of Hope.
Bob Harman served on the Board of Cleveland Teen Challenge in his native Ohio for 30 years after God transformed his son’s life through the program. Retired from a successful career as a general contractor, Bob spends his time using his skills in church related work repairing and remodeling and doing whatever needs to be done. Bob brings to the Board his passion to help men who have taken the wrong path in life
Andre is a graduate of Boston University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts with a dual degree in Economics and International Relations. He is a holder of the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor designation and a graduate of the Cannon Trust School. Andre brings more than 10 years of experience in trust administration and investment management to The Villages team. He has been a passionate member of several civic organizations and recently has made The Villages his home.
Tom brings a strong background in Human Resources in the energy sector and has served on numerous industry boards. Tom has been involved with House of Hope for several years. Tom has been a resident of The Villages since 2004.
A special Thank You
THANK YOU to John Castaldo, Edmond Perry and Seth McBride who served as Board Members these many years. We are grateful for their commitment. Their time on the Board has been a time of significance and change.
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