Tina advocates for policy change and fostering community engagement around affordable housing to remove barriers and increase commitment to this scarce resource.
She also oversees the Greenville Affordable Housing Coalition, GHF’s collective impact group focused on cutting the city and county affordable housing needs in half over the next ten years.
As a former planner at both Greenville County and Greenville County Redevelopment Authority, she developed neighborhood plans and assisted as well as ran programs for those experiencing homelessness, as well as those living in substandard housing. She is an alumnus of Georgia Southern University and UNC-Chapel Hill, where she received her MPA in Community and Economic Development. Her husband, Jacob, and she have a young daughter named Sammy and two dogs, Ruff and Lily.