William Deyesso, CEO of Royal Administration Services and former vice president of Winn Development, has more than 30 years of experience as an insurance executive and real estate developer. A committed member of his community, William Deyesso supports charitable organizations like Project Place.
The winner of Bank of America’s Neighborhood Excellence Initiative Award and a nominee for the Small Business Association of New England Innovation Award, Boston-based Project Place was established in 1967 to serve homeless and runaway teenagers. The organization expanded its mission to care for adults, with services such as advocacy, counseling, and legal help.
To provide jobs, homes, and hope, Project Place offers two different housing programs for adults in transition. Betty’s Place is for women transitioning from a shelter environment, and GateHouse is a permanent housing option for both women and men.
Women are accepted in the safe environment of Betty's Place for a six-month term. GateHouse does not have residential term limits. GateHouse residents have graduated from Project Place but may continue to be involved in the organization’s supportive programs.
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