System Performance Committee

Alaric Bien City of Redmond

Christina Mchugh King County Performance, Measurement and Evaluation (co-chair)

Dan Wise Catholic Community Services

Evan Mack Compass Housing Alliance

Janelle Rothfolk Bitfocus

Karen Ford Solid Ground

Kate Speltz King County, Department of Community and Human Services

Kristina Sawyckyj Community Member

Lauren McGowan United Way of King County

Mickey Beatima Plymouth Housing Group

Nancy Sherman Consumer Advisory Council

Owen Kajfasz City of Seattle

Shawna McMahon Immanuel Community Services

Shawna Morency Multiservice Center

2020

December Agenda | Summary

November – No meeting

October Agenda | Summary

September Agenda | Summary

August – No meeting

July Agenda | Summary

June Agenda | Summary

May Cancelled

April Agenda | Summary

March  Agenda | Summary

February Agenda | Summary

January Agenda | Summary

2019

December No meeting

November Agenda | Summary

October Agenda | Summary

September Agenda | Summary

August Agenda | Summary

July Agenda | Summary

June Agenda| Summary

May Agenda | Summary

April CANCELLED

March Agenda

February CANCELLED due to storm

January Agenda  | Summary

The System Performance Committee (SPC) is currently seeking applicants for a new committee member.

The SPC is looking for someone with lived experience of homelessness, a background as a service provider, AND/OR a background in research and evaluation. See below for more details about System Performance Committee.

Apply here. Applications are due to dgroce@kingcounty.org by Thursday, December 3.

This committee is responsible for:

  • Guiding the administration of the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), to ensure that it is functional and meets local needs for data collection and reporting as well as U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) HMIS standards, and
  • Use data to measure the performance of the homeless system to identify successes and opportunities for improvements for people experiencing homelessness.

Member commitments include:

  • Monthly, 2-hour meetings
  • Additional in-person or electronic workgroups on an as-needed basis
  • Making recommendations to the All Home Coordinating Board
  • Sharing from experiences and expertise to benefit the system, not on behalf of an agency

Applicants can call (206-856-8979) or email Dimitri Groce at All Home if they face a barrier in submitting an application via email, or require an accommodation.

Additional questions or concerns can be also be directed to Dimitri Groce.

Additional materials available upon request.