Joe Roos (LDC ’16), has a passion for connecting the business community, residents and other centers of influence to help at-risk kids break their cycle of homelessness and become contributing members of society. As Joe points out, they will become our next door neighbor, employee, customer or perhaps future graduate of Leadership Douglas County. He sees this effort as an economic development and human development issue. If we don’t help these kids now, we will have a price to pay in the future. So making the investment now can help mitigate this situation in our county and make Douglas County better.