LaCheryl Porter is a native of Los Angeles and has over 20 years of experience in housing for vulnerable communities experiencing homelessness, mental health needs, and other barriers. She also worked as a private practice attorney where she took on cases that involved housing, real estate, landlord/tenant disputes, and contracts. LaCheryl went on to a career in government and non-profit permanent supportive housing program administration positions.
As the Chief Operating Officer at St. Joseph Center, La Cheryl oversees St. Joseph Center’s strategic initiatives related to supportive services programs, housing developer partnerships, contracts, and data management departments. She holds a BA from Cal State Long Beach, a Law Degree from New College of California, and is an inactive member of the California State Bar.