Chuckie joined the Rolyn team from the Jewish Foundation for Group Homes (JFGH’s) Meaningful Opportunities for Successful Transitions (MOST™) Program, which are nonprofit organizations that help individuals with intellectual disabilities to focus on developing and improving life skills needed for a successful integration into the adult community.
Chuckie Hammond is an enthusiastic, fun-loving 28-year-old that has been an employee of Rolyn for over 8 years. Since joining Rolyn, Chuckie’s great smile, even bigger personality, and positive attitude immediately won us over. At Rolyn, Chuckie knows everyone by name, sorts and distributes the mail, maintains office supplies, and helps with a multitude of office tasks. During his tenure, Chuckie has advanced into more complex and significant tasks. He is dependable, very active, and independent.
As a graduate of Damascus High School, Chuckie worked in the cafeteria part time before joining us. In his free time, he likes to listen to music, fish, enjoys movies and watching his dad drag race.