Linn County Supervisor Ben Rogers was appointed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds to serve on the Iowa Council on Homelessness. His term runs through June 30, 2018.
“I am truly honored to be selected to serve on the Iowa Council on Homelessness. I am passionate about helping people improve their quality of life. Housing is a core component to quality of life, and as a policymaker for Linn County, I look forward to working on this very important issue,” said Rogers.
Rogers also serves on Iowa’s East Central Region Mental Health and Disability Services Regional Board and Linn County’s Continuum of Care Policy Board.
About the Iowa Council on Homelessness
The Iowa Council on Homelessness (ICH) is committed to ensuring that all Iowans have access to safe, decent and affordable housing. The ICH and its 38 members work to identify issues, raise awareness and secure resources that will allow all homeless Iowans to become self-sufficient.