ST. ANTHONY’S MANAGEMENT TEAM
Deputy Executive Director
Tere Brown has taken on the role of interim Executive Director at St. Anthony’s. She brings with her decades of commitment to the community, spending eighteen and a half years as the Chief Program Officer of Catholic Charities SF. She is passionate about providing leadership in an organization committed to improving the lives of others through positive social impact. She holds a Master’s degree in Non-Profit Management from the University of San Francisco. Email
Director of Programs
Brittany Hodge began her career at St. Anthony’s providing direct service as a social worker in 2009. She learned first-hand what is required to meet St. Anthony’s guests’ immediate needs and start their path towards stability. Before moving to the Bay Area, Brittany provided direct services in a mental health residential treatment program, a shelter for survivors of relational abuse, and conducted homeless outreach.
After several years of providing direct service at St. Anthony’s, she pivoted her skill-set to become the Learning and Evaluation Manager, leading the development and utilization of the Efforts to Outcomes (ETO) database to track client demographics, programmatic outputs, outcomes, and impact. During that time she also pursued her Master’s in Public Administration from San Francisco State, specializing in program management, program evaluation, and organizational learning.
As the Director of Programs, Brittany is responsible for overseeing the operations and programming in the following areas: St. Anthony’s Dining Room, Social Work Center, Tenderloin Tech Lab, Free Clothing Program, Client Safety Services, and Learning and Evaluation. Email
Director of Human Resources
Bryan Young has served as our Director of Human Resources since 2017. He found St. Anthony’s by volunteering through the Taproot Foundation, helping nonprofits in San Francisco with human resources needs. Prior to coming to St. Anthony’s, Bryan worked as a consultant to the Franciscans’ San Damiano Retreat center in Danville for four years, assisting the Executive Director, and was a Director of Human Resources for ten years at U.S. Pipe (responsible for 10 locations nationally).
Bryan graduated with honors from the University of Louisville. While in Louisville, Bryan volunteered for eleven years with the Crusade for Children, a cause dedicated to making life better for children with special needs. For his dedication to the Crusade for Children, Bryan was nominated and received the honor of Kentucky Colonel from the Governor of Kentucky.
He is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the Bay Area Human Resource Executives Council (BAHREC). Email