Angie Roberts-Dobbins has oversight of resident service programs across CHP’s portfolio of multifamily rental communities. With a staff of 40, she oversees the development of a large cadre of volunteers and faith-based, community, and business partnerships in order to improve upon and expand CHP’s resident services capacity. Angie's career with CHP began in 1994 at Tekoa, a residential facility and special education school established by CHP for emotionally disturbed youth. She held various positions with Tekoa, including youth counselor, program director, and director of training and development. Prior to her time with CHP, Angie's experience in the community-based human services field included work with youth and families through juvenile and domestic relations courts and the foster care system. Angie earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice and her Master of Science degree in Counseling and Human Development from Radford University.