December 21, 2009
Texas Governor Rick Perry appointed eight members to the Housing and Health Services Coordination Council, including Amy Granberry, Director of Organization Development for Charlie’s Place. Pursuant to Senate Bill 1878 of the 81st Legislative Session, the council will coordinate and increase state efforts to offer service-enriched housing for seniors and people with disabilities.
Granberry is a member of the Association of Substance Abuse Programs and Homeless Issues Partnership of Nueces County, and a board member of the Texas Homeless Network. She is also chair of the Planning and Networking Advisory Committee and Citizens Concern Subcommittee for Mental Health and Mental Retardation of Nueces County, a member and past president of the Corpus Christi Southside Kiwanis Club, and past vice president of the Corpus Christi Business and Professional Women Association. She is also past chair of the Homeless Issues Partnership Inc. and a past member of the Corpus Christi Human Relations Commission and Corpus Christi Human Resource Management Association. Granberry received a bachelor’s degree from Amberton University. She is appointed for a term to expire Sept. 1, 2015.