Jon Santos, the development director of AID Atlanta, resigned from the nonprofit last week to work for Jerusalem House, which provides housing for people impacted by HIV/AIDS.

Santos' resignation comes on the heels of the resignation of former executive director Tracy Elliott. Elliott said he resigned after fulfilling the five-year plan he was hired to do.

Jon Santos resigns from AID Atlanta

Santos was to be part of the senior management team to lead AID Atlanta as the search for a new board of directors took place. Board chair Mark Rinder said the organization is sad to see Santos leave, but the organization remains in good hands.

AID Atlanta was to be led by the senior management team of Santos as well as Nicole Roebuck, director or client services; Neena Smith-Bankhead, director of education and volunteer services;  David Begley as finance director and LaTonya Wilkerson as director of quality assurance.

“Alex Wan left Jerusalem House recently to move to Emory and Jon had wanted the development position at Jerusalem House since before Alex had it. He will start with them on Aug. 1,” Rinder said.

“The senior management team of AID Atlanta, in its entirety (including David Begley as Finance Director and LaTonya Wilkerson as Director of Quality Assurance) will lead the organization as a team in the interim. We’re in good hands but we are sad to see Jon go,” he said.