Jeniece Olsen, LCSW
Chief Operating Officer
Jeniece Olsen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with two decades of experience in housing and homelessness, both in the US and in Australia. She received a master’s in Social Work from the University of Utah and a master’s in International Relations from the University of Queensland in Australia, where she was a Rotary World Peace Fellow. While living in Brisbane, Jeniece had the opportunity to work closely with refugees from Iraq, Iran, and Afghanistan on housing and behavioral healthcare. She also worked at Australian Red Cross, where she had the opportunity to lead a housing program for young people experiencing homelessness, as well as work in disaster response as an Evacuation Center Coordinator and a leader in Community Recovery during the 2011 floods.
For over a decade, Jeniece worked at The Road Home in Salt Lake City, providing and overseeing affordable housing and stabilization services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. During her time there, she was involved in affordable housing advocacy and has a deep understanding of social determinants of health as they relate to recovery from homelessness. Jeniece currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Fourth Street Clinic, overseeing both central clinic operations and outreach services at multiple locations across Salt Lake County.