we are a coalition of 

over 75 partners

The coalition loosely formed in 2015 with 18 partner organizations comprising the Homelessness Leadership Task Force who reached consensus on the priorities outlined in the Homelessness White Paper. Since then, public, private, and nonprofit groups have been working toward more long-term coordinated strategies. The GHA has an additional 150+ individuals working and advocating for the shared vision of safe, affordable homes for all.

GHA is governed by a steering committee, which sets the strategic priorities, coordinates action and ensures the financial and human resources to support the collective agenda are available. GHA is utilizing the collective impact framework as a basis for partnership with five key elements: a common agenda, common progress measures, coordination of mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communication and support of the partnership through a host organization. Learn more from members of the Steering Committee for what GHA hopes to accomplish in 2019 in this link.



Deb Richardson-Moore - Triune Mercy Center

Ryan Duerk - Miracle Hill Ministries

Tish McCutchen - Jolley Foundation

Gerald Huskamp - CRH Properties, LLC

Lorain Crowl - United Housing Connections

Mary Kay Campbell - Greenville Mental Health Center

Lauren Stephens - The Salvation Army

Rebecca Edwards - City of Greenville

Brandon Cook - New Horizon Family Health Services, Inc.

Matthew Johnson - Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak, & Stewart, P.C.

Jeremy Strickler - Williams Wealth Management

Lovetta Walton - Greenville County Redevelopment Authority

Tony McDade - United Ministries (Ex-Officio)