Morrow Elected Housing Hope Board Chair

September 25, 2016


Todd Morrow, a lifetime Everett resident, has been elected board chair for Housing Hope.


This is Morrow’s second time as board chair.

Todd is a founding board member of Housing Hope, and has remained active in the organization over the past 29 years. This is Todd’s second time serving as board chair, and 20th anniversary of his first term as chair for Housing Hope. Todd is the Chief of Strategic Communications at Community Transit where he has worked since 2000, and a lifelong resident of Everett.

The organization also appointed Robert Walker of Marysville and Sue Ambler of Bothell to the its board.

About Housing Hope

Housing Hope, founded in 1987, recognizes that safe, decent and affordable housing is the first step towards solving poverty for struggling families. The innovative concept to provide a full range of housing with housing-related support services is a hallmark of the Housing Hope approach. Housing Hope combines emergency shelter and affordable housing with critical services such as life-skills training, childcare, employment services, and other family support services to help families reach self-sufficiency. Housing Hope also offers sweat-equity homeownership opportunities for low-income households in Snohomish County and Camano Island. Housing Hope’s website is



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