Susan Ban | Executive Director | (541) 686 -1262 x310
Susan started as a volunteer with the agency in the mid 1980s. She served on the board, helped to cover phones and provided organizational consultation before becoming an employee in 1987 and the Executive Director in 1991.
"There are so many individuals in our community whose talents and potential are waiting for a home that will give them the stability to blossom into amazing community citizens who contribute to all of our lives."
Tim Cling | Sr. Director of Business Operations | (541) 686 -1262 x332
Tim joined ShelterCare as the Senior Director of Business Operations in 2016. Cling has more than 30 years’ experience in new business acquisition, operational organization, financial negotiations, personnel management, and key account development.
"I look forward to working with colleagues, funders, donors, and other service providers to continue providing the important health services and housing to some of our community’s most vulnerable citizens.”
Lisa J. Reed, PHR | Human Resources Manager | (541) 686 -1262 x306
Born and raised in Eugene, OR. Studied Business & Accounting at Lane Community College and has over 20 years of HR experience. Obtained a Professional in Human Resources certification on January of 2014. Member of the Local SHRM Chapter, Lane County Human Resources Association. Recently came from the Valley River Inn as the Director of HR for over 8.5 years. LCC Hospitality and Culinary Advisory Committee board member. Regularly invited to be a guest speaker and presenter for supervisory classes at LCC Hospitality Management Program.
"I am passionate about our community and the mission of ShelterCare where I get to make a difference by helping our employees to enable them to help our consumers."
Ursula Schneider | Clinical Director | (541) 686 -1262 x320
Ursula worked for ShelterCare as a therapist, program manager and clinical supervisor. She has been the clinical director for ShelterCare since 2013.
"ShelterCare responds to the challenges of homelessness, poverty and psychiatric disability by providing individualized services with compassion and respect. People will thrive and recover if given the opportunity."
Don Gulbrandsen | Development Director | (541) 686 -1262 x305
Don joined ShelterCare in 2014. A recent transplant from the Midwest, he earned a Master of Nonprofit Administration degree from North Park University in Chicago after spending 25 years as a writer, editor and manager in the publishing industry.
“ShelterCare changes lives! We stand up for some of our community’s most vulnerable citizens, giving them homes and hope and the support they need to find the health and happiness they deserve.”