Alumni Added to Board of Sojourner House

Nishauna Ball and Tom Klemmer

Two University of Pittsburgh alumni are now members of the Board of Sojourner House, an East Liberty agency that offers residential and other services to women in recovery and their children.

One is Nishauna Ball (SOC WK ’10, 11G), from Penn Hills, who currently is a program development manager at POWER, the Pennsylvania Organization for Women in Early Recovery. 

The other is Tom Klemmer (A&S ’87), a Wilkinsburg resident, who is a senior analyst in Global Customer Care for ABB Enterprise Software.  

Ball and Klemmer are two of five new board members for Sojourner House, which partners with other agencies and community groups to fulfill its mission of strengthening family relationships and promoting long-term sobriety and mental health stability.