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Commissioner Kenneth Hodder

Commissioner Kenneth Hodder is the national commander of The Salvation Army, the largest social services organization in the United States, with almost 7,000 centers of operation that serve nearly 24 million people each year. Before becoming the national commander in July 2020, Hodder served as the territorial commander of the Western Territory in the United States, where he worked diligently to address the growing homelessness crisis. Hodder graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School and practiced corporate real estate law in Los Angeles before responding to God’s call to serve with The Salvation Army in 1986.