Lancaster-based affordable housing nonprofit, Tenfold, announced on Friday that CEO Mike McKenna will be resigning from his role on May 27.
McKenna was previously CEO of Lancaster-based Tabor Community Services, which merged with Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership (LHOP) last April, forming Tenfold.
McKenna will be leaving the position to be a full-time stay-at-home dad.
“The past three plus years at the helm of Tabor, now Tenfold, have been truly an honor, as we leaned into our legacy of racial justice, navigated a momentous merger, and rallied to meet unparalleled needs during the pandemic,” he said. “This job has been fulfilling and challenging, I am proud of what we have accomplished in transforming two organizations with strong legacies, shifting the community conversation about housing equity, and delivering meaningful results for those facing housing and financial challenges. With our strong leadership and talented team, I’m confident Tenfold’s success will continue after my departure.”
Tabor and LHOP first announced that the two organizations would be merging in March 2020. The combined entity, named Tenfold last year, provides financial counseling and housing services, including workshops and transitional housing.
Tenfold Chief Impact Officer Shelby Nauman will succeed McKenna as CEO when he leaves in May. Nauman worked alongside McKenna during the pandemic, helping the organization make critical decisions while navigating the merger, said Jeff Scheuren, chair of Tenfold’s board of directors.
“It has been a pleasure working with Mike over the past few years, and we will miss working with him very much,” said Nauman. “I feel honored that I was given the opportunity to step up as CEO of Tenfold and I am excited to lead this next chapter. We have an incredible team that is passionate about empowering people in our community to access a safe, stable and affordable place to call home, and I know we will continue to accomplish amazing work together in this next phase.”