CHP Appoints New Chief Administrative Officer
Community Housing Partners (CHP) named Andy Hall today as its new chief administrative officer (CAO). Hall, who previously served on CHP’s board of directors, fills the vacancy created by Susan Sisk’s retirement in December.
“CHP was fortunate to have had Andy’s guidance as a former board member and we are pleased that he will continue to share his corporate expertise with us as part of our executive team,” said CHP President and Chief Executive Officer Janaka Casper. “Andy’s leadership experience and dedication to professional excellence will be invaluable in the strategic planning, development, and implementation of objectives and policies that ensure we meets our short and long-term goals.”
In his role as CAO, Hall provides oversight of CHP’s information technology and human resources departments, as well as the organization’s resource development, employee training, communications, facilities’ management, and administrative functions.
Prior to joining CHP, Hall was the chief financial officer/chief operating officer (CFO/COO) of Tele-Works, Inc. (TWI) and was part of the executive team that oversaw the company’s 2014 merger with Paymentus in Blacksburg, Va. He was integral to the growth of TWI and creating a culture and of service and responsiveness during his seven years with the company working as a sales manager, director of client services, and ultimately CFO/COO.
Before coming to TWI, Hall was assistant vice president of alumni relations at Virginia Tech; director of information technology and director of training at MATRIX Resources in Atlanta; vice president of 2 Places at One Time, an Atlanta-based start-up; and consultant at Andersen Consulting. He holds a Master’s of Business Administration and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance, both obtained from Virginia Tech.
“I'm thrilled to be a part of CHP. The unique combination of a mission-driven non-profit with an entrepreneurial spirit is an ideal fit for my experience and interests and I look forward to helping build upon the great work done by Susan and her team,” said Hall.