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NOHS Management

The National Organization for Human Services (NOHS) has transitioned to a self-management model, empowering individuals to take ownership of day-to-day operations. In this innovative structure, dedicated professionals will collaborate closely with the Board of Directors, ensuring seamless alignment with organizational goals. This dynamic team will be supported by multiple assistants and a robust network of volunteers, fostering a culture of collaboration, accountability, and community engagement. This shift aims to enhance efficiency, responsiveness, and the overall impact of NOHS’s mission to advance the field of human services.

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James B. Stinchcomb, MSW, MPA, HS-BCP, CNP

Executive Director

Mr. Stinchcomb is a dynamic and accomplished professional with over 20 years of experience in human services, advocacy, and leadership. As the Executive Director of the National Organization for Human Services (NOHS), he brings a wealth of knowledge and a proven track record of empowering individuals and communities through innovative programs and policies.

Mr. Stinchcomb's academic background includes a Bachelor's degree in Human Services (2011) and a Master of Public Administration (2013) from Kennesaw State University (KSU), with a dual concentration in nonprofit management and case management. He also holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Georgia's clinical program (2018), underscoring his commitment to positively impacting lives.

He has served in various leadership positions within the NOHS Board of Directors before becoming the Executive Director in late 2023. His work, both within and outside of NOHS, has been marked by significant achievements in organizational structure, advancing professional development, and fostering partnerships with key stakeholders. In his role at NOHS, Mr. Stinchcomb is committed to leading the organization with vision and integrity, focusing on enhancing member engagement, expanding educational opportunities, and advocating for policies that support human services professionals and the communities they serve.

Mr. Stinchcomb is a passionate advocate for inclusion and diversity, strongly supporting pivotal movements that advance social equity. His approach is multifaceted, leveraging extensive experience in crisis intervention, clinical assessments, and therapy to provide comprehensive support to those in need.

A certified Human Service – Board Certified Practitioner and Certified Nonprofit Professional, Mr. Stinchcomb's dedication to ensuring equal access to opportunities and resources is at the core of his mission. His leadership extends beyond NOHS, showcasing his commitment to promoting the success of diverse populations and advancing the field of human services.

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Kasie Gilbert

Media Coordinator

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