Tiny House Community Development's mission is to be a coalition of diverse individuals and local organizations who aim to reduce homelessness by engaging in public and private partnerships to create tiny home communities. Working alongside people experiencing homelessness, our goal is to encourage positive community engagement and foster an educational experience in a welcoming environment.
Tiny House Community Development is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit organization working to develop tiny house communities throughout North Carolina. These communities will consist of 3 -10 units on individual lots. Tiny houses will be leased to residents based on their income and current situation.
THCD will work with local nonprofit housing organizations (CoC) that will assist in qualifying potential residents. Our intent is to create safe, permanent, affordable housing for those experiencing homelessness. We are currently working in Greensboro, NC High Point, NC, and Winston Salem, NC developing tiny house communities. Currently, we have one community built with 6 tiny houses occupied.
Jeff Egerton, Board Chair
Aniruddha Deshpande, 1st Vice-Chair
Amanda D Myers, 2nd Vice-Chair
Paula Pierce, Secretary, and Foam Recycling Steering Committee Representative
Brian Walker, Governance Comm. Chair
Mary Seigler, Fundraising Committee Chairperson
Mike Rollins, Information Technology
Jomar Pastorelle, Construction and Planning Committee
Scott Jones, Ex-Officio 6 years of service
David Merritt, 6 years of service
Ken Egerton, Board Member
Beth Waters, Board Member
Andrew Clement, Board Member
Doug Johnson, Board Member
Scott Jones, Executive Director
Laura Baker, Office Manager
Vacant, Office Assistant
Vacant, Case Manager
Emma Holland, Street Outreach/Housing
Vacant, Case Worker Intern
Caitlin Cosner, UNCG Sociology Intern
Abigale Conway, UNCG Interior Architecture Undergrad Intern
Emily Taylor, UNCG Interior Architecture Intern
Ian Waddill, UNCG Interior Architecture Intern
Vacant, Volunteer Coordinator
Past Board Members
Rene EnSprye Perry
T. Dianne Bellamy Small
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