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Nicole Turner
Rental Assistance Associate
Nicole Turner
Rental Assistance Associate

Nicole is a rental assistance associate at BRHP, where she manages caseloads of HCV participants. She is also responsible for determining a participants program eligibility, voucher issuance, calculating tenant rent portions and Housing Assistance Payments (HAP). Prior to BRHP, Nicole worked as a membership experience representative at USA Lacrosse. She also worked as an office secretary for the Comptroller of Maryland. Nicole graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in human services administration from the University of Baltimore. In her free time, she enjoys reading, binge watching a good show, and traveling.

Ny’Kerra Armstead
Pre-Move Team Lead
Ny’Kerra Armstead
Pre-Move Team Lead

Ny’Kerra is the pre-move team lead at BRHP. Her responsibilities include leading, training, and monitoring the workflow of the pre-move counseling team and managing caseloads. Prior to BRHP, Ny’Kerra worked as a case manager at Health Care for the Homeless and Mosaic Community Services. She earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Coppin State University. A few of her hobbies include shopping, playing with her daughter, and eating at different restaurants.

Pete Cimbolic
Managing Director, Operations and Program Evaluation
Pete Cimbolic
Managing Director, Operations and Program Evaluation

Pete Cimbolic is the managing director of operations and program evaluation at BRHP. His responsibilities include the oversight of organizational operations and developing new lines of business. He is also responsible for evaluating and enhancing core programs. Previously, Pete worked at the ACLU of Maryland assisting with the Thompson v. HUD lawsuit, and supporting other fair housing work. Pete holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Catholic University. In his free time, Pete enjoys walking his dog and enjoying all that Baltimore has to offer.

Rockelle Woodard
Customer Care Representative
Rockelle Woodard
Customer Care Representative

Rockelle Woodard is a customer care representative at BRHP. She is responsible for ensuring the office is well managed, working with the inspections and rental assistance teams, and other administrative responsibilities. Rockelle previously worked in the health field as an administrative assistant at Marquis Health Services and ManorCare Health Services. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology and is currently working on her master’s degree in psychology from the University of Phoenix. She is member of the Order of the Eastern Star.

Roxy Blocksdorf
Grants Coordinator
Roxy Blocksdorf
Grants Coordinator

Roxy Blocksdorf is the grants coordinator at BRHP, where she supports the organization in implementing grant funding for the Healthy Children Voucher Demonstration, a 3-year effort to link housing voucher recipients with healthier home environments. Her responsibilities include identifying and applying for various grants, and serving as the primary liaison between BRHP and the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. Prior to her work as the grants coordinator, Roxy interned with BRHP in the counseling department, as well as worked with various Baltimore non-profits such as TasteWise Kids, the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership and Black Yield Institute. Roxy is also currently a community design aide fellow with the Baltimore City Department of Planning. She earned her bachelor’s degree in politics from Mount Holyoke College, and is a proud Baltimore School for the Arts graduate. In her free time, Roxy enjoys running, baking and reading in Baltimore’s many beautiful parks.

Schneia Costley
Human Resources Generalist
Schneia Costley
Human Resources Generalist

Schneia Costley is an HR Generalist at BRHP, where she manages the daily functions of the HR department, including onboarding, administering payroll for staff and analytical roles. Prior to BRHP, Schneia worked at Gilchrist Hospice Care as a financial analyst. She earned her bachelor’s degree in computer information systems with a minor in business from Notre Dame of Maryland University. She also received her master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in human resource management from Strayer University. In her free time, Schneia likes to travel and spend time with family and friends.

Serene Holmes
Customer Care Representative
Serene Holmes
Customer Care Representative

Serene Holmes is a customer care representative at BRHP. She is responsible for ensuring the office is well managed and other administrative responsibilities. Prior to BRHP, Serene worked as an office manager for a final expense life insurance agency. She earned her associate’s degree in sociology from Montclair State University. In her free time, she enjoys cooking for her family.

Shal Kamal
Rental Assistance Supervisor
Shal Kamal
Rental Assistance Supervisor

Shal Kamal is a rental assistance supervisor at BRHP. Her responsibilities include overseeing the Housing Choice Voucher recertification team, ensuring items are in compliance and maintaining company goals. She also works with homeowners in the program, as well as project based voucher holders. Shal also ensures program participants and property partners are educated about the program and how assistance is calculated. As Housing Choice Voucher supervisor, she also works on special projects that broaden BRHP’s reach and impact in the Baltimore area. Prior to BRHP, Shal worked at a Section 8/Tax Credit apartment complex. She also worked for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funded home repair program, which provided home repairs for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Shal attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. In her free time, she enjoys quilting and viewing fresh water tropical aquariums.

Shamon Thomas-Green
Pre-Move Counselor
Shamon Thomas-Green
Pre-Move Counselor

Shamon Thomas-Green is a pre-move counseling supervisor at BRHP, where is responsible for assisting BRHP program participants through the beginning stages of the voucher process. She works closely with clients on their personal and financial goals to encourage successful transitions to housing in resource-rich communities. Her previous work experience includes serving as a lead student support worker with Promise Heights. She has also served in mentorship roles and worked with youth in residential treatment settings. Shamon is a graduate from the University of Maryland, College Park with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a certificate in African American studies. In her free time she enjoys baking and journaling.

Hobby: In my free time, I enjoy baking and journaling.

Shannon Darrow
Pre-Move Counseling Supervisor
Shannon Darrow
Pre-Move Counseling Supervisor

Shannon Darrow is the pre-move counseling supervisor at BRHP. She manages the organization’s mobility counseling program and a team of counselors and landlord relationship specialists who help program participants find housing in well resourced neighborhoods. Shannon worked in the housing and community development field for 10 years. Prior to BRHP, she worked in fair housing education, advocacy and enforcement as both a program manager at the Fair Housing Action Center of Maryland (FHAC-MD) and an investigator at the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights (MCCR). Shannon is a life-long resident of the Baltimore- Washington, DC area and grew up in Baltimore County. She has a bachelor’s degree in American studies from the University of Maryland, College Park, and has completed additional coursework in non-profit management at the University of Baltimore. In her free time she enjoys renovating her craftsman bungalow, reading fiction, and going to arts and culture events.

Tia Bryant
Rental Assistance Associate
Tia Bryant
Rental Assistance Associate

Tia Bryant is a rental assistance associate at BRHP. Her responsibilities include responding to program participant and owner requests and processing interim changes, final eligibility applications, rent increases, and request for tenancy approvals (RTAs). Prior to BRHP, Tia worked in property management for 16 years. In her free time, Tia enjoys shopping and spending time with her family.

Tiera Haley
Special Assistant to Executive Director
Tiera Haley
Special Assistant to Executive Director

Tiera Haley is special assistant to BRHP’s executive director. Her responsibilities include scheduling and managing the executive director’s calendar and assisting with special events and projects. She is also responsible for scheduling eligible participants for final eligibility and movers voucher issuance briefings, and processing voucher expirations. Prior to BRHP, Tiera worked at the Maryland Developmental Disability Administration, where she provided administrative support to the executive management team. Tiera attended Coppin State University and Phoenix University. In her free time, she enjoys reading, journaling, and meditating.

Tiffany Easton
Rental Assistance Associate
Tiffany Easton
Rental Assistance Associate

Tiffany Easton is a rental assistance associate at BRHP, where she is responsible for managing leasing tasks, including processing requests for tenancy approvals and rent increases. Tiffany began work again as a sales associate at DSW after being a stay-at-home mom for 11 years. She then became an administrative assistant at a private chiropractors firm and with Dogwood Elementary School before transitioning to Baltimore County Department of Housing as a rental subsidy specialist for three years. Tiffany has an associate’s degree in psychology from Central Carolina Community College and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and religious studies at Notre Dame University. She is a licensed minister since 2017 and enjoys nature, shopping, and driving aimlessly just viewing nature and the road.

Tonya Fletcher
Rental Assistance Associate
Tonya Fletcher
Rental Assistance Associate

Tonya is a rental assistance associate at BRHP, where is responsible for managing an assigned caseload of BRHP families, processing recertifications, rent increases, interim changes, and denials and/or terminations. ): Previous, Tonya worked as a family investment specialist with the Dorchester County Department of Social Services where she interviewed applicants for public assistance, medical assistance and/or food stamps in the Family Investment Administration (FIA) of the Department of Human Resources to determine eligibility and need for FIA programs. She also worked for Dorchester Early Learning Center as a family advocate, where she performed case management, educated families, coordinated monthly socializations, and helped parents become self-sufficient. Tonya received a bachelor’s degree in administration with a concentration in business from Sojourner-Douglass College. In her free time she enjoys shopping, decorating, traveling, listening to music, and, most importantly, spending time with her adult children and grandchildren.


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