Autumn Sines

Autumn Sines took over the role of Executive Director in January 2024. With over three decades of experience in corporate and nonprofit management, Autumn has demonstrated her commitment to making a positive impact in the community. In 2021, she led a bi-weekly collaboration known as the Cobb Food Fleet, bringing together fellow Cobb community nonprofits and organizations to address food insecurity among local residents. Her dedication to ensuring those facing food insecurity receive the support they need reflects her passion for community welfare.

Autumn is enthusiastic about applying her wealth of knowledge and dedication to her role at Family Promise of Cobb County, where she will focus on assisting neighbors experiencing homelessness, raising awareness about the shortage of affordable housing in the community, and elevating the visibility of Family Promise of Cobb County. She aims to ensure that families receive housing and support through the program, fostering a caring environment for their well-being.

Alongside her professional achievements, Autumn values her family life. She and her husband, Tom, have been happily married for 28 years, and they have two children, Alynda (20) and Zachary (16). They have called Cobb County home for the past 23 years.

Louise Sterling

Louise is the case manager of FPCC. She is a certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Provider who worked at the Cobb CSB for over 30 years. She has received training on nutrition, life skills, budgeting, and has worked with many different kinds of populations to achieve their goals. She has lived in the Cobb community for over 30 years. She is a member of Unity North Atlanta Church.