Session: Whole Family In Action
This webinar will discuss two-generation and whole family approaches, emerging trends, and best practices for providing supportive and comprehensive services for low-income families.
Mgmt, Case workers, FLS
Mr. Otey is an accomplished senior non-profit executive with the insights to strategically plan, direct, and secure program funding to maintain and improve the quality of programs designed to address the needs of low-income individuals and families.
For more than 18 years, he has devoted his efforts to improving the lives of others facing short and long-term economic setbacks. He is known within the nonprofit community for his prudent management of human resources and technology including his ability to secure unrestricted funding, and for improving program delivery while producing measurable outcomes. Additionally, he possesses a wealth of resources to connect elected officials to community action programs across the network.
Mr. Otey received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Virginia Wesleyan University and his Master’s in Public Administration from Strayer University.
He is the recipient of numerous community awards including a graduate of LEAD Peninsula; recognized as a 2014 Inside Business Top 40 Under 40 recipient, and the Virginia Wesleyan University Distinguished Alumni Award.