Skeet Ayscue - Executive Director
Mr. Ayscue was the first President of Homes of Hope and then was hired as part-time Executive Director in September, 2005. He has overseen the expansion of the Transitional Housing Program, the creation and expansion of the Community Inn, and the beginning of Esther House. Mr. Ayscue holds a B.S. in Psychology, an A.A.S. in Computer Engineering Technology, and a Master’s Degree in Social Work. He and his wife, Elizabeth, have two adult children, Rebekah and Spencer.

Salem Taylor - Program Director
Mrs. Taylor was hired as part-time Program Director in 2007. She has overseen the evolution of the Transitional Housing Program with a focus on permanent housing solutions for the homeless. Ms. Taylor also provides some case management for clients at the Community Inn and is a trained SOAR expert in assisting homeless disabled clients in receiving needed benefits. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from Pfeiffer University. She and her husband, Thomas have two children, Holden and Madeline.
Mark Harris – Community Inn Manager 
Mr. Harris has been with Homes of Hope, first as a student intern, and then as a regular employee at the Community Inn. He is a graduate of Stanly Community College with a degree in Human Services. Mr. Harris oversees all the operations of the Community Inn to insure all guests are comfortable and cared for, and that everything runs as smoothly as possible.
  Tiera McDonald – Case Manager, Community Inn
Ms. McDonald works exclusively with the guests of the Community Inn with the ultimate goal of finding permanent housing while working on all issues involved. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from UNCC, as well as numerous certifications and a wealth of experience from her work at Monarch.
  Jana Sanderson – Meal Coordinator and Staff, Community Inn
Ms. Sanderson has been a part of Homes of Hope since her intern days at the Stanly Community College. She has served as an intern, temporary Program Director, night staff and meal coordinator at the Community Inn. Ms. Sanderson holds degrees in Human Services and Criminal Justice from Stanly Community College and B.S. degrees in Human Services and Criminal Justice from Gardner-Webb University.
    Amy Honeycutt – Community Inn Staff
Mrs. Honeycutt began her association with Homes of Hope as a co-op student during the 2012-2013 school year. In the spring of 2015, she began working as a substitute staffer at the Community Inn. Later that year she came on board as regular weekend staff. Mrs. Honeycutt holds a degree from Stanly Community College in Human Services. She is married and has three children.