Kathryn C. Monet - VA Homeless Programs
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Kathryn C. Monet

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Kathryn C. MonetMs. Kathryn C. Monet is the chief executive officer of the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV). In this role, she focuses on the execution of NCHV’s strategic policy and technical assistance agenda and expanding NCHV’s strategic partnerships to more effectively end Veteran homelessness.

Monet has spent more than a decade in the public and nonprofit sectors, working to address housing instability and homelessness among Veterans. Before joining NCHV, she was with the National Alliance to End Homelessness, focusing on promoting data-driven, evidence-based interventions to end homelessness, particularly among Veterans. She also was involved in Veteran homelessness in a legislative capacity during her time at the U.S. Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.

She earned a Master of Public Administration from Villanova University and a Bachelor of Science in Diplomacy and International Relations from Seton Hall University. Monet currently serves on the VA Advisory Committee for Homeless Veterans, the U.S. VETS DC Advisory Council, the Board of Directors for the National Low Income Housing Coalition, and the Board of Governors for the National Housing Conference.

Currently, Monet resides in Washington, District of Columbia.