Please join us in extending a warm welcome to our new Transitional Housing/Rapid Rehousing (TH/RRH) Case Manager Amanda Gribble. Her responsibilities include providing case management to participants in our Transitional Program at West Run, as well as those we house directly in the community through the Rapid Rehousing, Housing-First initiative. Amanda reports to Joe Sengewalt, Client Services Manager, and works out of our Main Office on West Run Road. She works closely with our Permanent Supportive Housing and Rapid Rehousing Case Managers, Elizabeth Edwards and Adam McHenry.
Amanda holds a degree in International Studies (Latin America) with a minor in Spanish from West Virginia University. After graduating in 2013, Amanda established a small farm and ferment business in southern WV, while simultaneously pursuing AmeriCorps and other nonprofit work. AmeriCorps’ positions included a stint with High Rocks Educational Corporation, a 501c3 for low-income youth in southern WV. Amanda also worked with AmeriCorps as part of the Main Street Morgantown initiative. Amanda’s professional work experience includes serving as the Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Fair Housing Action Network at the Northern West Virginia Center for Independent Living (NWVCIL), and working as a Youth Services Worker at the Monongalia County Youth Services Center, an emergency shelter for youth ages 13-17.
Along with being a Case Manager for Bartlett Housing Solutions, one of Amanda’s proudest roles is being a new mom to her 3-month-old Evie Quinn Ryan (pictured here with Amanda). Amanda gave birth to Evie on November 21, 2019, and started with Bartlett Housing Solutions shortly after on January 13, 2020. We are both pleased and fortunate.