As a Directing Attorney at Homebase, Aram Hauslaib supports local governments and nonprofits in their efforts to end homelessness. Aram helps communities secure federal funding, implement programs and best practices, and understand the regulations that govern their homelessness systems. Prior to joining Homebase, Aram spent over a decade managing direct service programs for homeless families in San Francisco. He has designed and implemented both locally and federally-funded projects related to prevention, rapid rehousing, education and employment, drop-in services, and crisis intervention. Aram also has experience with nonprofit-corporate relations, volunteer engagement, and systems redesign. Aram graduated with a BA in Criminal Justice from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. While working in family homelessness in San Francisco, Aram earned his JD in the evening program at Golden Gate University School of Law. In his spare time, Aram enjoys watching football, playing soccer, and going out for date night with his wife. And of course, he loves monkeys!
JD, Golden Gate University
BA, George Washington University
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Admitted to practice law in the state of California
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