Christian Church Homes

CCH Hires New President/CEO


The Board of Directors of CCH is pleased to announce the next chapter of our 60-year mission to build and manage affordable housing for seniors. The board has voted unanimously to hire Gail Gilman as CCH’s next President & CEO. Gail is a long time San Francisco / Bay Area resident who has spent her career working to create housing and services for people experiencing homelessness and for those with very limited income in the Bay Area. She currently is employed with All Home and was the CEO of Community Housing Partnership for a decade.

Gail has served on several housing and homelessness task forces and was appointed by the governor to California’s Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council. She also is a City & County of San Francisco Port Commissioner appointed by San Francisco Mayor London Breed. Gail enjoys the outdoors, the Napa Valley and is a foodie. She has lived in San Francisco for more than 30 years and the past 20 years in North Beach.

In the coming months, Gail will take on leadership roles at the CCH home office in Walnut Creek and across the state and country as she works with CCH’s 48 properties and the many additional sites that are currently in the pipeline.

CCH Board Chair Leslie Taylor writes: “We are thrilled to welcome Gail to CCH.  We are confident her experience and leadership will help us achieve our goals to scale our impact, grow our portfolio and take the company to the next level.”

Gail shares, “I am excited to be joining CCH (Christian Church Homes) as its new President & CEO and to work alongside the talented staff to drive growth and build on the company’s reputation for social impact and excellence,” she says. “I am committed to building on the strong foundation that has been established over the past 60 years and driving CCH to new heights.”

After June 1, Gail can be reached at . She looks forward to meeting our many partners and working with the staff who support CCH’s passionate mission to provide affordable and quality housing to America’s seniors.