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2017 Governance Board Meeting Agendas & Minutes

CoC Governance Charter

Governance Subcommittee: Performance Evaluation Committee or The (PEC)

Background: Since 1993, homeless service and housing providers have sought funding from HUD via its “Continuum of Care” homeless funding.  This is a nationwide competition, and Nashville has been fortunate to reap $2-3 million on average each year to house and serve homeless people, through more than 20 projects at 14 local agencies.

HUD requires that all applications be reviewed and ranked by a body of the Continuum of Care (CoC).  In Nashville, this is called the Performance Evaluation Committee, or “PEC”.  PEC members recommend priority rankings for eligible projects, using criteria established by the CoC.  Scoring emphasis will be closely aligned with HUD’s priorities cited in the current Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA).  The PEC submits the ranking to the CoC Governance Committee for consideration and final approval.

Additional responsibilities may include assisting with development/revision of application & scoring tools.   The PEC may offer recommendations for improving projects, and may conduct interviews and/or on-site monitoring visits of CoC projects.

Recommendations to fill vacancies on the Performance Evaluation Committee are solicited by the CoC Lead via email to the CoC General members, the CoC Governance Committee and other interested stakeholders.   After receiving feedback from the CoC General Membership and other interested stakeholders, the Chair of the CoC Governance Committee appoints the PEC Committee members.

For more information, please download the documents below to learn more about the PEC process.

PEC Nominations & Conflict of Interest Declaration Forms

Evaluation Committe Role and Responsibilities

Governance Subcommittee: Coordinated Entry Systems

The Governance Board appointed a new Coordinated Entry Systems (CES) Subcommittee which will be chaired by Jessica Ivey, the new CES Manager of Nashville-Davidson, County. The new committee will be hosting it’s first meeting this month.

metro_categoryFor more information on this subcommittee and it’s tasks, please contact Jessica at the details below:

Jessica Ivey

CES Manager for Nashville, Davidson County, TN

2016 Governance Board Meeting Agendas & Minutes

2015 Governance Board Meeting Agendas & Minutes

CoC Governance Board Members

Beth Shinn, Vanderbilt University
Trina Frierson, Mending Hearts
Catherine Knowles, Metro Nashville Public Schools
Zac Oswald, Legal Aid Society
Michelle Hall, Oasis Center
Sean Muldoon, Operation Stand Down Tennessee
Ingrid McIntyre, Open Table Nashville
Marc Overlock, Nashville General Hospital
Jennifer Reason, Safe Haven Family Shelter
April Calvin, The Salvation Army
Floyd Shechter, SmartSpace
Norman Humber, Nashville Rescue Mission
Ryan Ellis, Tennessee Commission on Aging and Disability
Kay Haley, Tennessee Valley Health Care /VA
Jalyon Cole, W.O.M.E.N./Break Free

What is a Governance Board in a Continuum of Care?