Marc Alexanderís New Job: Working with the Homeless
Honolulu Civil Beat
February 10, 2012
Former Hawaii homeless coordinator Marc Alexander has a new job: as director of development for the stateís oldest and largest homeless shelter, The Institute for Human Services.
IHS sent around a press release a few minutes ago making the announcement. Heíll be reaching out to other organizations in the community to help IHS end homelessness, the press release says.
Alexander has been much in the news for the past month. In January, he resigned as the stateís homeless coordinator amid allegations of sexual misconduct as a priest. While those questions continue to be raised by critics of the Catholic Church and others, other questions are being asked about whether Gov. Neil Abercrombie knew of the concerns.
[Read Civil Beatís story on that here.]