MCH Welcomes New Executive Director
Rhonda Otteson joins the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless with the belief that housing is the foundation for success for everyone. Previously, Rhonda was the Executive Director of The Link of Northern Kandiyohi County and spent almost ten years working at Heartland Community Action Agency where she oversaw state and federal housing programs that served people experiencing homelessness. Rhonda has a bachelor’s degree in sociology from St. Cloud State University and a Master of Advocacy & Political Leadership from the University of Minnesota Duluth. Rhonda lives in Willmar, Minnesota, and recently sent both of her daughters to college: one is a Piper and one is a Gopher.
A note from Rhonda:
“I’m excited about being a part of a statewide organization that is committed to empowering and engaging people that care about housing instability and affordability. Increasing public investment in housing and services that addresses housing instability—ultimately making a long-term impact for children, families, adults, seniors and veterans across Minnesota.”
Join us in welcoming Rhonda to the MCH team!