Alison Korte has over nine years’ experience in housing and homeless services ranging from direct case management provision to nonprofit management and government administration. Her work has included designing and implementing large-scale capacity-building and training programs with the Los Angeles (CA) Continuum of Care. Under Ms. Korte’s leadership, a coordinated capacity-building initiative leveraging over $17 million in public and private funding was created to rapidly scale a network of over 100 community-based organizations to strengthen the coordinated entry system, per HUD mandate. Her work has also included the development and operationalization of coordinated entry policies and processes, as well as the introduction of rapid resolution and housing problem-solving to the Los Angeles County coordinated entry system. In addition, Ms. Korte has worked to provide both short- and long-term housing resources through the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Bridge Housing and Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) programs.
Ms. Korte is an experienced facilitator, trainer, and coach, and has worked with organizations and leaders to advance diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism in the provision of housing services and programs. She utilizes trauma-informed, resilience-oriented, and strengths-based practices to lead group processes.