“As a leader, my job is to create opportunities for people to make a positive impact in the community, and to inspire and build a team that has the power and resources to give each of our clients realistic opportunities to reach their potential for self-sufficiency.”
Leading PCCI’s efforts since 2009, Margaret continues to manage all core PCCI agency activities including leadership and board development, business management and strategy, operational support, staff management and development, financial management and fundraising, community relations and human resources as the Co-CEO.
Margaret’s career path has been a steady, continuous progression of ever-increasing and broadening experience, expertise and responsibility-and includes research and analysis, fundraising, and operations and director level roles in organizations like the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership, DeKalb County Police Department, YWCA of Greater Atlanta, Office of Homeland Security and PRISM, Progressive Redevelopment Inc.’s property management affiliate.
Each job in Margaret’s career trajectory prepared her, step by step, for her continued leadership as the Co-CEO by giving her a deep and comprehensive view of the many aspects of running a high-profile, mission-driven organization dedicated to ending homelessness. Margaret received her Master of Public Administration from University of Georgia. In 2012, the White House named Margaret a “Champion of Change.”