SAFFT would like to announce the addition of Mark Mobley to the leadership team as Director of Strategy & Programs. SAFFT is making this important hire to carry out the bold vision to transform foster care and serve thousands of Georgia families in crisis. Mark brings specific talents and experience that will re-shape our culture, our processes, and our delivery of outcomes. He brings significant experience in alleviating poverty by connecting people to employment, housing, training, and financial education resources. Mark will oversee all programming and help define the long-term strategy with SAFFT’s CEO, Brian Anderson.


“We are beyond exciting for this important addition to our leadership team. Mark will bring a level of experience and creativity to our programs and direction to directly impact the outcomes of restoring families in crisis. This is a big win for the SAFFT organization and this investment will make a direct impact on the families we serve in Georgia” says Brian Anderson, CEO of SAFFT.


Previously, Mark led the development of a revolutionary “work-first” homelessness ministry as Executive Director of Georgia CALLS in Buford, GA. He spent 11 years as the Senior Pastor of The Jefferson Church in Jefferson, GA while serving as a Board Member and volunteer for several nonprofits. Mark earned a B.S. Ed. in Secondary Mathematics from the University of Georgia. Mark has been married to his wife, Robbin McGhee Mobley, for 28 years with two children. Mark also currently serves as the District 4 Representative on the Jefferson City Council and is very active in his community.


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Supporting Adoption & Foster Families Together (SAFFT) is a non-profit organization with a mission to protect children, rebuild families, and empower caregivers. SAFFT’s leadership strongly believes change begins with the entire community including the families in crisis, the children in foster and adoptive care, caregivers supporting the children, and organizations charged with protecting and serving the children and families. SAFFT operates two Georgia-based family crisis centers located in the cities of Cumming and Gainesville serving the North Georgia region.