Sandra Lewis, Executive Director, has been involved with the Day Center for more than 25 years. She began as a volunteer serving in any capacity she could. She then served in an unpaid position as volunteer coordinator, eventually taking a small salary for work with the Day Center. Now in the top leadership role, Lewis drives her vision to end chronic homelessness.
Mack Haltom has worked with the Day Center for more than 18 years, fueling his passion for helping others. He started with a position at the front desk after working with psychiatric patients at Hillcrest Medical Center. Haltom then worked as a case manager before being promoted to Associate Director.
Chief Financial Officer
For over a decade, Margaret Martinson has served as the Chief Financial Officer at the Day Center. Although Martinson has worked for large accounting firms and corporate companies, she believes working at the Day Center has been her most fulfilling job.
A registered nurse since 1983 and a nurse practitioner since 2004, Leslie began working at the Day Center’s Free Nurses Clinic in 2011. An increased percentage of clients needing specialized care led to her obtaining certification in wound care treatment. Her goal is to decrease barriers to health care and empower clients to take an active role in their healthcare.
As a retired elementary school teacher, Lori Morton has devoted her life to educating others. She currently manages the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Rapid Re-housing Program. Since 2008, Morton has worked on educating clients about job opportunities, community classes and healthcare options.