Paul Selden

Paul Selden is President and CEO of Neumann Family Services, a sixty-year-old housing and services agency that works with individuals dealing with profound developmental disabilities and mental illness. He brings to this new appointment a lifetime of work in and around the issue of homelessness. He began developing supportive housing in New York City in 1983 and has espoused a “housing first” philosophy since then. He is a past president of the Alliance to End Homelessness in Suburban Cook County, a participant in both the Chicago Continuum of Care and the Continuum of Care of Northeast Illinois, previously served on the Board of Directors of the New York Coalition for the Homeless and was a founder of the National Coalition for the Homeless.

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