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Zabrina Gregg
Zabrina Gregg
Executive Director
Recently, Zabrina Gregg made a big move to Middle Tennessee from East Tennessee, where she spent 12 years working in rural and metropolitan areas, advocating for low-income and homeless populations.  Growing up in rural Alabama and as a first-generation college student herself, she understands the cycle of poverty from a firsthand perspective. Holding a Master of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee, Zabrina brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to CHP. In the course of her work with homeless populations, Zabrina found the solution to homelessness is housing, and more affordable housing provides stability to families who need it most. Zabrina enjoys working in project management, developing new initiatives, building meaningful relationships with other nonprofits businesses, agencies, and organizations, advocating for social justice and affordable housing, and continually growing in her field. As Executive Director, Zabrina oversees the day-to-day operations and supports staff in accomplishing the mission of CHP. Her personal mission is to be authentic and to give her time and talents to things she is passionate about, particularly affordable housing, housing development, and holistic approaches to poverty.
Stephen Murray
Stephen Murray
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR EMERITUS
Stephen Murray is the Executive Director Emeritus, after serving thirteen years as Executive Director of CHP. In the course of his career, he has been responsible for the development of over five hundred single-family houses for home ownership and six hundred rental units for low-income families across East and Middle Tennessee. Stephen is committed to developing housing for under served populations. He has developed a rural psychiatric hospital, housing units for individuals with mental illness or developmental disabilities, adult day care centers and battered women shelters. He has also assisted in the enhancement of numerous nonprofits through meaningful partnerships. As such, he continues to advise staff in how to accomplish shared goals.
Keith Rieckmann
Keith Rieckmann
Property Manager
Before beginning his work as CHP, Keith Rieckmann had 23 years of active military service in the Navy under his belt. In November of 2005, Keith joined CHP part-time to provide maintenance on the then 17 rental units. Two years later, Keith became a full-time employee, acting as the Rental and Owner-Occupied Projects Manager. His current role as Property Manager keeps him busy maintaining 37 rental properties, and he supports staff in any way he can. Keith enjoys helping people with home repairs and giving an encouraging word.
Rae Sanchez
Rae Sanchez
Director of Central TN 503 CoC
Rae Sanchez has been one of Williamson County’s humanitarian leaders for more than 10 years. She is an advocate for those experiencing adverse life experiences, including poverty, homelessness or addiction. As the Director of the Central TN 503 COC, she spends her time in the promotion, coordination, and implementation of services to assist individuals and families experiencing homelessness. By facilitating homeless service providers in increasing capacity, Rae works for long-term stability for homeless individuals and ultimately for ending homelessness. She believes we all contribute to the triumphs and travails, so it is important to have “skin in the game” in your own triumphs; that is what creates “buy-in” to the process of truly making a difference right where you are.
Abbe Bishop
Abbe Bishop
Director of Development
Abbe Bishop (ne. Van Gorder) completed her degrees at the University of Georgia in Political Science and Social Studies Education. Abbe’s pursuit of both majors was fueled by her passion to better local communities and to serve others well. While student-teaching, she realized that many of her students’ basic needs, particularly housing, were not being met. This realization overtook her, and she decided to pursue a career dedicated to addressing this need. In September of 2018, she moved to Tennessee and became a part of the Williamson County community. As Director of Development, Abbe is heavily involved in the rehabilitation and new construction process. Additionally, she serves as a Home buyers Counselor, working individually with clients to prepare them for obtaining and maintaining safe housing. She is adamant about gaining insights from seasoned professionals and experts so she can better serve members of our community.
Sherri-Ann White
Sherri-Ann White
Administrative Assistant
Sherri-Ann White has over ten years of experience in office administration, with a broad background in construction, education, and healthcare.  While a native of Virginia, and a graduate of Old Dominion University, she has been a resident of Williamson County for the past 18 years. As Administrative Assistant, Sherri-Ann ensures the office runs efficiently and effectively. She supports all staff, taking care of the daily details. She is usually the first point of contact with visitors and seeks to greet everyone warmly and sincerely. If she cannot provide the answer or service a client requires, she will connect you will the person who can as quickly as possible. Sherri-Ann’s work ethic is to provide superior customer service to all those she serves.
Jeri Moore
Jeri Moore
Administrative Assistant and Bookkeeper
Jeri Moore earned her Bachelor of Science in Office Administration from David Lipscomb College. She has many years of experience in office administration, with a concentrated background in commercial real estate, property management and asset management. Having been born and raised here, Jeri calls Williamson County her home and is a direct descendant of a Pioneer Family of Williamson County, Tennessee, that settled in Williamson County prior to 1850. She has a deep desire to help CHP operate efficiently in its mission to create, supply and maintain affordable housing for the elderly, low income, disabled and workforce individuals and families in the county. Her work ethic is solid with a detail-oriented emphasis. Jeri is the first point of contact with visitors, whether in person or on the phone, and her positive and uplifting nature serves to provide all visitors with a genuinely caring experience.
Zabrina Gregg
Zabrina Gregg
Executive Director
Recently, Zabrina Gregg made a big move to Middle Tennessee from East Tennessee, where she spent 12 years working in rural and metropolitan areas, advocating for low-income and homeless populations.  Growing up in rural Alabama and as a first-generation college student herself, she understands the cycle of poverty from a firsthand perspective. Holding a Master of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee, Zabrina brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to CHP. In the course of her work with homeless populations, Zabrina found the solution to homelessness is housing, and more affordable housing provides stability to families who need it most. Zabrina enjoys working in project management, developing new initiatives, building meaningful relationships with other nonprofits businesses, agencies, and organizations, advocating for social justice and affordable housing, and continually growing in her field. As Executive Director, Zabrina oversees the day-to-day operations and supports staff in accomplishing the mission of CHP. Her personal mission is to be authentic and to give her time and talents to things she is passionate about, particularly affordable housing, housing development, and holistic approaches to poverty.
Stephen Murray
Stephen Murray
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR EMERITUS
Stephen Murray is the Executive Director Emeritus, after serving thirteen years as Executive Director of CHP. In the course of his career, he has been responsible for the development of over five hundred single-family houses for home ownership and six hundred rental units for low-income families across East and Middle Tennessee. Stephen is committed to developing housing for under served populations. He has developed a rural psychiatric hospital, housing units for individuals with mental illness or developmental disabilities, adult day care centers and battered women shelters. He has also assisted in the enhancement of numerous nonprofits through meaningful partnerships. As such, he continues to advise staff in how to accomplish shared goals.
Keith Rieckmann
Keith Rieckmann
Property Manager
Before beginning his work as CHP, Keith Rieckmann had 23 years of active military service in the Navy under his belt. In November of 2005, Keith joined CHP part-time to provide maintenance on the then 17 rental units. Two years later, Keith became a full-time employee, acting as the Rental and Owner-Occupied Projects Manager. His current role as Property Manager keeps him busy maintaining 37 rental properties, and he supports staff in any way he can. Keith enjoys helping people with home repairs and giving an encouraging word.
Rae Sanchez
Rae Sanchez
Director of Central TN 503 CoC
Rae Sanchez has been one of Williamson County’s humanitarian leaders for more than 10 years. She is an advocate for those experiencing adverse life experiences, including poverty, homelessness or addiction. As the Director of the Central TN 503 COC, she spends her time in the promotion, coordination, and implementation of services to assist individuals and families experiencing homelessness. By facilitating homeless service providers in increasing capacity, Rae works for long-term stability for homeless individuals and ultimately for ending homelessness. She believes we all contribute to the triumphs and travails, so it is important to have “skin in the game” in your own triumphs; that is what creates “buy-in” to the process of truly making a difference right where you are.
Abbe Bishop
Abbe Bishop
Director of Development
Abbe Bishop (ne. Van Gorder) completed her degrees at the University of Georgia in Political Science and Social Studies Education. Abbe’s pursuit of both majors was fueled by her passion to better local communities and to serve others well. While student-teaching, she realized that many of her students’ basic needs, particularly housing, were not being met. This realization overtook her, and she decided to pursue a career dedicated to addressing this need. In September of 2018, she moved to Tennessee and became a part of the Williamson County community. As Director of Development, Abbe is heavily involved in the rehabilitation and new construction process. Additionally, she serves as a Home buyers Counselor, working individually with clients to prepare them for obtaining and maintaining safe housing. She is adamant about gaining insights from seasoned professionals and experts so she can better serve members of our community.
Sherri-Ann White
Sherri-Ann White
Administrative Assistant
Sherri-Ann White has over ten years of experience in office administration, with a broad background in construction, education, and healthcare.  While a native of Virginia, and a graduate of Old Dominion University, she has been a resident of Williamson County for the past 18 years. As Administrative Assistant, Sherri-Ann ensures the office runs efficiently and effectively. She supports all staff, taking care of the daily details. She is usually the first point of contact with visitors and seeks to greet everyone warmly and sincerely. If she cannot provide the answer or service a client requires, she will connect you will the person who can as quickly as possible. Sherri-Ann’s work ethic is to provide superior customer service to all those she serves.
Jeri Moore
Jeri Moore
Administrative Assistant and Bookkeeper
Jeri Moore earned her Bachelor of Science in Office Administration from David Lipscomb College. She has many years of experience in office administration, with a concentrated background in commercial real estate, property management and asset management. Having been born and raised here, Jeri calls Williamson County her home and is a direct descendant of a Pioneer Family of Williamson County, Tennessee, that settled in Williamson County prior to 1850. She has a deep desire to help CHP operate efficiently in its mission to create, supply and maintain affordable housing for the elderly, low income, disabled and workforce individuals and families in the county. Her work ethic is solid with a detail-oriented emphasis. Jeri is the first point of contact with visitors, whether in person or on the phone, and her positive and uplifting nature serves to provide all visitors with a genuinely caring experience.

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