Meet the new Rochester Executive Director

 Introducing Ally Hanten Ebert as the new Executive Director of JP Rochester - SE MN.

In conversation with Chastity Lord.

Jeremiah program has appointed Ally Hanten Ebert as the new Executive Director for its Rochester-Southeast (MN) campus. Ebert will work to create new opportunities for the campus, foster relationships with the local community, and build upon Jeremiah Program’s comprehensive approach to disrupting generational poverty.

“On behalf of the Community Board of Trustees, I would like to welcome Ally to the Jeremiah Program and the Rochester community,” said Dr. Kathryn Lombardo, Chair, Community Board of Trustees, JP Rochester-Southeast MN. “Ally brings a wealth of experience to her new role as Executive Director of Rochester’s Jeremiah Program with a passion for positive outcomes, team building and creating a work environment built on respect. She was drawn to the Jeremiah Program based upon Jeremiah’s mission and commitment to mothers and their children. We look forward to Ally’s leadership and future success of the Rochester Jeremiah Program.”

“Ally is going to be an excellent addition to our team,” said Chastity Lord, President and CEO, Jeremiah Program. “Her mission-driven leadership and passion for supporting young parents and their children will greatly serve our Rochester-Southeast MN families, as they continue to face the challenges of this time. I am excited to see how she will integrate the voices and experiences of our JP families to better meet their unique needs.” 

Check out a clip of Ally and Chastity's conversation on how JP Rochester is dismantling poverty.