Ken Drees is the Division Manager for Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization. As Division Manager, Mr. Drees is responsible for the Housing Choice Voucher Program – a Department of Housing and Urban Development rent subsidy program benefiting low income citizens, and financial assistance programs that benefit low income home owners experiencing major home accessibility and safety issues. Mr. Drees also plays a major role in acquisition and oversight of Community Development Block Grants which benefit low income York County home owners.
As Division Manager, Mr. Drees is involved in various activities and projects, and serves on community boards and commissions dealing with issues of aging, health and disabilities. Mr. Drees also plays a major role in acquisition and oversight of Community Development Block Grants which benefit low income York County home owners.
Mr. Drees is a 1969 graduate of The Ohio State University, and a 1975 graduate of the Medical College of Virginia with a Master’s Degree in Hospital Administration. He is a 2008 graduate of the Weldon Cooper Center’s LEAD Program for local government managers.
Mr. Drees served a 20-year career in the United States Air Force as a Medical Service Corps Officer and was an executive director of several nonprofit hospice programs before assuming a staff position with the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization in Alexandria. He joined York County in 2006.
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