Adrian Brown is the post-move counseling supervisor at BRHP. He manages and is responsible for a team of counselors that ensure compliance with BRHP’s administration plan. He also conducts performance evaluations, provides oversight of counseling services and manages procedures and processes to provide recommendations for program excellence. Adrian also provides mediation for escalated landlord/tenant disputes. Prior to BRHP, Adrian was enlisted in the United States Army for 10 years as a Flight Engineer. In addition to working at BRHP, Adrian continues his military service with the United States Army Reserves as a Commissioned Officer. Adrian earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Bowie State University. In his free time, Adrian enjoys cooking, listening to music and when weather permits, snowboarding.
Aniya Harris is a post-move counselor at BRHP. She is responsible for following up with requests to move and leading landlord- tenant mediations and home visits. Prior to BRHP, Aniya worked as a teacher assistant. She also interned at First Choice Counseling Center in Pikesville, Maryland. Aniya is a graduate of Coppin State University, where she majored in applied psychology. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, shopping, and baking.
Bernard Jones is the landlord relationship specialist at BRHP. His responsibilities include managing BRHP’s database of available units and recruiting, establishing, and maintaining positive relationships with property owners throughout the Baltimore region. Bernard’s previous work experience includes public assistance programming, workforce development, counseling, and teaching. Bernard earned an associate’s degree in psychology from the College of Coastal Georgia and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Georgia Southern University. In his free time, he enjoys gardening and attending music concerts.
Camille Williams is a post move counselor at BRHP. She is responsible for supporting programs participants in their moves, issuing vouchers, and managing abatements. Prior to BRHP, Camille worked at Gaudenzia Substance Abuse Program as a supervisor of their halfway house. Camille earned a bachelor’s degree in social work from the University of Baltimore County and a master’s degree from the University of Baltimore. In her free time, Camille enjoys sleeping, reading, traveling.
Cheryl Daniels is a Landlord Relationship Specialist at BRHP. She is responsible for recruiting, building and maintaining healthy relationships with property owners. She helps maintain a positive rapport with property owners and participants. Cheryl a licensed realtor and has a background in banking and finance., where she perfected the skill of matching products and services with customers’ needs and wants. She enjoys helping others and in her free time she likes to spend time with her family and hike.
Gary Hood Jr. is a post-move counselor at BRHP. He is responsible for addressing concerns of property partners and program participants through mediation. He also maintains a healthy relationship between BRHP and community resource providers to provide support for program participants. Prior to BRHP, Gary taught at the Community College of Baltimore City as an adjunct professor and head instructor of the audio technology program. He has also worked as a residential aid at the Harbour House of Anne Arundel County. Gary attended Morgan State University for business marketing and completed his degree in audio technology and music business at SAE Institute of Technology New York. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, creating clothing, and making music.
Nicole is the counseling director at BRHP. Her responsibilities include leading and supervising a team of counselors in providing high quality counseling services for BRHP program participants. She has worked in the affordable housing industry for over 20 years, including work with Baltimore County Housing, Howard County Housing Commission, and Enterprise Community Development. Her professional roles compliance analyst, special programs administrator/project manager and recertification specialist. Nicole received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a master’s degree in human resource development from Towson University. In her free time, she produces a podcast.
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.
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 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.