Meet Jaclyn Cherubini, Executive Director
Jaclyn Cherubini is the Executive Director at The Hoboken Shelter and leads its mission in ending homelessness one person at a time. Ms. Cherubini has been an active community organizer in numerous non-profit organizations providing food, shelter, and permanent housing to the homeless; raising public awareness for women’s issues, specifically domestic violence; serving the creative and therapeutic needs of children in domestic violence shelters and foster care; and raising funds for the performing arts. She has previously served as the Assistant Director at Pathways to Housing in New York City, where she was instrumental in its growth from a $5 million to a $10 million organization to house mentally ill homeless individuals. Ms. Cherubini earned her Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Non-Profit Management from Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus and her Bachelor of the Arts with a major in Women’s Studies and double-minor in Political Science and Communication from Rutgers University, Douglass College Campus.
Additionally, Ms. Cherubini serves as the Chairperson of the Mainstream Resources SubCommittee of the Hudson County Continuum of Care / Alliance to End Homelessness, Member of the Hoboken Rotary Club, Member of the Hoboken / Hudson County Chamber of Commerce, and has served as Board President of Family Promise of Hudson County.