Dan Shetler, MID
New Haven, CT
Director of System Performance
Supportive Housing Works
Lauren Zimmermann joined Supportive Housing Works in 2013 to see the community through the planning, development, and implementation of a coordinated access system across Fairfield County. Since the system’s launch in 2014, she has worked with key stakeholders and homeless service providers to ensure that the region’s homeless response system is accessible, responsive to individual needs, and evolving to meet the goals of ending chronic, family, and youth homelessness. Lauren also oversees SHW’s data and performance measurement efforts, working to catalyze data-driven decision making system-wide. In this capacity, she regularly engages local, regional and statewide leadership, funders, and staff to review performance measures and identify opportunities for system improvement. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work Administration and Community Organizing from the University of Connecticut.
Brian Roccapriore, MS
Director of Homeless Management Information Systems and Strategic Analysis
Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
Brian Roccapriore comes to CCEH with a diverse background ranging from a process control engineer in the aerospace industry to executive leadership in the nonprofit sector. He has worked in the nonprofit workforce development arena for over a decade, most recently with Career Resources, Inc. as their Vice President of Special Programs. Throughout the course of Brian’s career he has been improving the direct service work of his programming through the collection and analysis of data. He has overseen design, implementation, and continual improvement processes of statewide client data tracking systems for a variety of workforce development programs. Enhancing programmatic outcomes and assisting individuals on their path to self-sufficiency is his focus and passion in this field.
Brian holds four earned college degrees, the most recent of which is a Masters in Sociology from Southern Connecticut State University. He lives in Clinton with his wife Abigail and their three children.
Senior Research Analyst
Connecticut Coalition To End Homelessness
257 Lawrence Street
Hartford, CT 06106
860-721-7876 x 111
Jackie Janosko has over 20 years of data analysis experience, with 10 in housing and homelessness services. Combining her passion for ending homelessness with her love of data visualization, Jackie brings a unique skill set to the field. Her work has been instrumental in driving collaborative system change on both the community and state levels.