Meet Our New ELT Members!
One Hope United is proud to welcome three new members to our Executive Leadership Team (ELT). Eva, Ann, and Tim bring to their positions decades of experience in the human services sector and a wealth of knowledge to One Hope United.
Executive Director, Florida
Eva Horner is the Executive Director, Florida. Having started her career as a child protective investigator, Eva brings to her work a passion for advocating on behalf of children and families, while working to transform the organizations and systems that support them.Throughout her 25 years of human services, Eva has developed an expertise in transforming people and organizations, helping them to grow and strengthen. She previously served as Assistant Executive Director at Devereux Florida, Chief Operating Officer at Heartland for Children and the Director of Program Operations at Children’s Home Society of Florida. After earning her BS in Family, Child and Consumer Sciences at Florida State University, Eva went on to complete her MA in Mental Health Counseling at Rollins College.
Executive Director, Placement
Ann Pearcy has served as the Executive Director of Placement Services since 2015. Throughout her 30-year career, she has had several professional opportunities such as becoming a Certified Grief/Trauma counselor through the National organization for Victims Assistance (NOVA) in 2000 and provided acute therapeutic interventions to first responders after the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2011. Ann was the Co-chair for the Governor’s Health Innovation and Transformation Children’s Services subcommittee in 2015 and has served on numerous statewide committees. She is currently the Co-chair for the High End Comprehensive Services subcommittee and serves as a member of the full DCFS Child Welfare Advisory Committee. Ann became a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in 1997 and a Licensed Child Welfare Specialist in 2002. She received her master’s degree in Counseling from Eastern Illinois University in 1988.
Executive Director, Community Based Family Services
Timothy Snowden is currently the Executive Director for the Community Based Family Services line of service and has been involved in child welfare services for the past 29 years. He spent 17 years with the Department of Children and Family Services in a variety of titles, staring as an intern and ended his tenure as the Regional Administrator in Chicago. Snowden is responsible for community based Youth Services, Behavioral Health and Intact Family stabilizations services. Since arriving at OHU, Snowden has served as a Senior Vice President in Chicago/Lake County and most recently as Deputy Director of the CBFS line of service. He was the recipient of a Graduate Fellowship and subsequently received his MSW from the University of Illinois after graduating from Hampton University, in Virginia.