Kris Kuntz has expertise in systems modeling and change, particularly as applied to homelessness and housing policy. During his prior employment with Father Joe’s Villages, Mr. Kuntz performed data analysis and evaluation activities on the various, social services, housing, and health care programs operated by the organization. He collected data and performed analysis on San Diego’s chronically homeless frequent user effort, Project 25, and worked with several Managed Care Health Plans to expand the program using Medi-Cal dollars. Kris has also been the community lead in partnership with the Corporation for Supportive Housing for San Diego’s SSI/SSDI Outreach Access and Recovery (SOAR) model and has participated in several work groups on health and housing, and cross system data sharing. In addition to his work in homelessness and housing policy, Kris helped create and supervise a graduate level internship on research and evaluation at California State University, San Marcos and was an adjunct faculty member in the sociology department at San Diego City College for three years. Mr. Kuntz holds a master’s degree in sociology from California State University, San Marcos and a bachelor’s degree from Chico State.