Mountain Housing Opportunities welcomes Victor “Vic” Anderson to the organization as its new Chief Financial Officer. Anderson will lead MHO’s financial strategy and guide day-to-day fiscal operations, including oversight of MHO’s Loan Fund.
Anderson brings more than 25 years of financial and human resources leadership to his new role at MHO. Most recently, Vic served as the Director of Finance for the United Way of the Mid-South in Memphis, TN. He has extensive experience in the non-profit and public sectors and brings a passion for serving the community within and outside of his professional roles. He is an active Rotarian and is the past-president of the Memphis Central Rotary Club. Vic is also a veteran, having served in the U.S. Navy Reserves from 1990-2000. Vic holds an Executive Master of Business Administration from the University of Memphis, a Master of Business Operational Management from the University of Arkansas, and a Bachelor of Science from Jackson State University.
"We are excited to welcome Vic to the team and look forward to his leadership in the financial management of Mountain Housing Opportunities,” shared Scott Dedman, MHO’s Executive Director. “He brings a compelling blend of strategic non-profit and government experience which I know will be invaluable to us as MHO continues to grow and serve the people of our region.”
“I’m honored to be joining Mountain Housing Opportunities as the organization enters its 35th year,” says Anderson. “MHO has a long history of creating lasting and positive impacts in the lives of this region’s most vulnerable residents. Affordable housing is one of our greatest current challenges. I’m looking forward to partnering with my colleagues and the community to expand MHO’s capacity to meet the demand for affordable housing now and in the future.”
Allison Rollison joined the team as Director of Philanthropy in September 2022 to lead a comprehensive fund development strategy that scales individual and institutional investment in MHO’s suite of affordable housing programs. Allison brings nearly two decades of non-profit resource development experience, serving most recently as the Director of Philanthropy and Strategic Partnerships for Mercy Housing Northwest.
Eric Johnson and Trevor Mayton also joined in 2022. Eric is MHO’s Emergency Home Repair specialist and oversees the program’s expansion via Impact Health’s Healthy Opportunities Pilot (HOP) program. Trevor is a Construction Supervisor for the Self-Help Homeownership program and works onsite with individuals and families who are building their homes as a collaborative cohort, lending sweat equity to achieve their dreams of owning a home.