The Catherine Hardaway Residences were developed in 2011 by Central Boston Elder Services, Inc. These 57 units of supportive housing was our way of addressing the elder housing crisis. Our mission is to keep elders independent and aging in the communities they love. This Project is a remarkable accomplishment for our agency and continues our goal of assisting in the redevelopment of the Roxbury community
Catherine Hardaway Residences
Catherine Hardaway came to Central Boston Elder Services (CBES) with more than 15 years of experience in eldercare and early childhood education. As the CEO of Central Boston Elder Services, she was responsible for the daily operations and delivery of home care services to more than 7,000 elderly and disabled clients annually. Catherine managed the Agency’s annual budget of 100 million and employed a staff of 170.
Catherine’s previous experience was marked by work with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, the Center for Medicaid Services and Family Service of Greater Boston. Her work began with early childhood education as a teacher, but later focused her work in eldercare. She holds a Bachelor of the Arts from Emmanuel College and a Masters in Social Work from Boston College School of Social Work in Planning and Administration with a sub-concentration in Gerontology. Despite various professional pursuits she continued working with elders and served the population she has an affinity towards.
Ms. Hardaway participated in a number of community initiatives and is currently a Co-Chair of the Dudley Square Vision Task Force and President of the City of Boston Neighborhood Housing Trust.
2311 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02119
Telephone: (617) 445-5500