Corner House employee selected to become Princeton’s new human services director

Rhodalynn Jones

Officials in Princeton have chosen Rhodalynn Jones to serve as the next human services director to replace Melissa Urias. Jones will begin her new job on Sept. 7.

Jones has worked as an outreach coordinator with Corner House since 2014, first on a
full-time basis and then on a part-time basis after accepting a full-time position with the New Jersey
Department of Health in its division of HIV, STD, and TB Services. Previously she worked with Homefront as a program assistant for homelessness prevention.

A graduate of Rider University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, and health administration, Jones earned her master’s degree in public health from Liberty University, an evangelical university in Virginia founded by Jerry Falwell Sr.

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  1. Rho has been a crucial and outstanding member of the Corner House family as Outreach Coordinator. We are so proud of Rho’s work at Corner House and we know she will excel in her new role! The staff and kids of Corner House will miss you Rho, we wish you all the best!! Congratulations!!!

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