Schroeder StriblingExecutive Director | @SchroederNSV
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: 202-939-2092
Ms. Schroeder Stribling is a senior nonprofit leader and a social worker with over twenty years of experience in her field, and she is currently the Executive Director of N Street Village, where she has been working since 2003 - initially as the Director of Programs, then becoming Deputy Executive Director in 2008, and Executive Director in 2010. The mission of N Street Village is to provide a full continuum of housing and services to homeless and low-income women and families. Under Schroeder's leadership, N Street Village has grown significantly - now comprising three locations and serving over 1500 individuals each year. The comprehensive services of the Village now provide everything from housing and basic needs, to crisis intervention and health, mental health, and employment programs.
In 2006, Schroeder was appointed to the DC Interagency Council on Homelessness, where she sits on the Executive and Strategic Planning Committees, and chairs the Data and Performance Management Committee. Schroeder has previously served on the Boards of other nonprofit organizations including Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington and Community Bridges in Montgomery County where she served for three years as the Board Chair. She is currently a member of the Vestry at St. Columba’s Episcopal Church in Washington DC, is on the Board of the National Capital Breast Care Center, the Board of MedArt Center for Integrative Medicine at GW, and is the Board Chair of the Center for Nonprofit Advancement.
Schroeder received a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Wellesley College, a Masters in Social Work from Smith School for Social Work, and a certificate in Nonprofit Management from Georgetown University. Her professional career has focused chiefly on anti-poverty programs, women's mental health and addiction issues, and services and policy to support those with major mental illness. Prior to coming to N Street Village, Schroeder was at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital where she was responsible for the implementation of new mental health programs in the inner city Head Start school system.