Meet the Staff
Chief Executive Officer, Stephanie Miller
Stephanie joined The Delores Project in April 2019 with more than two decades experience in leadership and clinical experience, and most recently served as the Vice President & COO for a nonprofit organization that provides subsidized housing, housing support services, case management, mental health, and substance abuse treatment programs. She enjoys the outdoors and spends her free time hiking, bicycling, and swimming.
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Business & Finance Director, Diana Adams
Diana is responsible for the overall financial and business management of the organization. Diana came to The Delores Project in September of 2015 after fifteen years as Senior Vice President and Corporate Controller for ALPS Financial Services, a DST Company, and experience as an auditor with Deloitte & Touche, LLP prior to that. Diana is very active with her family and spends most of her free time with her husband and three sons. She holds a Bachelor’s of Science with an accounting emphasis from the University of Colorado, Boulder and is a Certified Public Accountant.
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The resident assistant team is the first face that guest see when they come to The Delores Project and are a constant presence during the evenings, weekends, and overnights that the shelter is open. They work directly with guests to create a peaceful, secure environment and manage the day to day functioning of the shelter. They ensure that the guests are welcomed and safe, provide resources and referrals and help to create a supportive trauma informed experience.
Housing Assistants are the main point of contact for Permanent Supportive Housing residents, providing a safe and welcoming entry to their home. Housing Assistants connect residents to care managers, their visitors, and to each other. They are a constant presence, ensuring residents are supported and that the building is kept secure 24/7. Housing Assistants also participate in community building activities and programmatic development with residents to create a trauma-informed space and ensure residents maintain safe housing.