A nonprofit based in Forsyth County that works with foster children and families recently hired a new person to its leadership team.
Supporting Adoption and Foster Families Together (SAFFT) of Forsyth County announced the addition of Mark Mobley as director of strategy and programs.
“Mark brings specific talents and experience that will re-shape our culture, our processes and our delivery of outcomes,” said Brian Anderson CEO of SAFFT. “He brings significant experience in alleviating poverty by connecting people to employment, housing, training and financial education resources.”
SAFFT works with families in crisis, children in foster and adoptive care, caregivers and organizations charged with protecting and serving the children and their families.
Mobley will oversee all programming and help define long-term strategies with Anderson.
Previously, Mobley led the development of a “work-first” homelessness ministry as executive director of Georgia CALLS in Buford. He spent 11 years as the senior pastor of the Jefferson Church in Jefferson while serving as a board member and volunteer for several nonprofits.
He also currently serves as the District 4 representative on the Jefferson City Council.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary mathematics from the University of Georgia.
Mobley and his wife, Robbin McGhee Mobley, have been married for 28 years and have two children.