FOUNDERS & BOARD MEMBERS
Judge Margaret Carey-McCray, Co-Founder, 1995-1997
Dr. Patricia Ann Davenport, Co-Founder, 1995-Present
Ms. Doris Lee, Co-Founder, 1995-Present
Bishop Roderick Mitchell, Co-Founder, 1995-Present
Ms. Denise Strub, Co-Founder, October 1995-2019
Dr. Thomas Paul Williams, Co-Founder, 1995-Present
Board Members: Past and Present
Ms. Ola Alexander, October 2007-Present
Mr. Don Benson, October 2006-2011
Dr. Carol Minor Boyd, October 1997-2002
Dr. Frances Brisbane, October 2007-Present
Mrs. Juanita Britton, October 2013—2022
Attorney Joyce Chiles, October 2011-2015
Rev. Anjohnette Gibbs, October 2019 - Present
Mrs. Maxine Harris, October 2005-Present
Investigator Tammie Hudson, October 2021-President
Mrs. Jacqueline Jones, October 2013-2022
Mr. Gregory & Mrs. Vivian McGee October 2016 - 2019
Attorney Kim Merchant, October, 2019 to Present
Investigator Bennie Milton, October 2019 to 2021
Lt. Dennis Mitchell, October 2006-2019
Investigator Marcus Purnell, October 2011-2017
Dr. Reginald Rodgers, October 2019 to Present
Ms. Rosie Thomas, March 2008-2011
Mrs. Josephine Thompson, October 2000-2008
Mrs. Juanita Turney, March 2008-2015
Mrs. Itonia Williams , October 2002-2007
Mrs. Teena Worbington, October 1997-2002
Attorney (Mayor) Errick Simmons, 2007-Present
Attorney Victor McTeer, 2003-2010
Attorney Kimberly Merchant, 2003-2006
Vice-President Biden, Bishop Roderick Mitchell & Dr. Biden
Renewal of the VAWA ACT
Join the Team
Commitment: Minimum four years of volunteer commitment.
Board member is responsible for signing in attendance at the board meeting. Minutes will include those members in the attendance.
Active participation in quarterly committee meetings of one organization committee:
Contribution: Annual financial contribution
Actively participation in the following events:
Annual National Activities:
January-Stalking Awareness Month
February-Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
April - Sexual Assault Awareness Month
October - Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Extensive professional experience with significant executive leadership accomplishments in business, government, philanthropy, or nonprofit sector.
A commitment to and understanding to mission and services Our House, Inc.
Savvy diplomatic skills and a natural affinity for cultivating relationships and persuading, convening, facilitating among diverse individuals.
Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and a passion for improving the lives beneficiaries.
Serving on Board of Directors is without remuneration, except for administrative support, travel, and accommodation costs in relation to board members’ duties.