Rita B. Gibson
Kelly Cooney is a housing specialist with the Housing Assistance Council, a national nonprofit working to improve housing conditions for the rural poor. She provides technical assistance and training on housing and organizational development topics to nonprofit organizations and local governments. Kelly earned a Master of City Planning degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a B.A. in Urban and Regional Planning from Miami University.
As a spouse of a disabled military veteran, Ms. Ingram has dedicated her life and skills in assisting consumers to identify housing and financial solutions that will develop fiscal responsibility, increase economic resources, and build wealth for an active or retired military household and the general public. Ms. Ingram holds Georgia licenses as a Residential Builder, EPA Lead Inspector and Risk Assessor. She is an Enrolled Agent as awarded by the Internal Revenue Service. She holds a Master of Science in Human Resources Management from Troy State University and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Slippery Rock University. Ms. Ingram has been recognized by The White House, under President George W. Bush’s administration, for her work to increase consumer financial literacy and rural housing development within Coastal Georgia. s League’s Women of Influence “Tenured”.
Ingrid graduated from Clark Atlanta University with a B.A. in Business Administration and Marketing and a Masters of Education from Regent University. She is an active leader in her church and a member of various community groups such as the Georgia Initiative for Community Housing (GICH) in Fairburn, Georgia Advancing Communities Together, Inc. (Georgia ACT), the National Alliance of Community Economic Development Associations (NACEDA), South Fulton Chamber of Commerce, National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), Home Repair Network; Georgia Association Young Children (GAYC), and the Georgia Child Care Association (GCCA).
G. Mitchell Brown