WHO WE ARE

Cashauna Hill

Executive Director

Cashauna joins the Redress Movement after serving as Executive Director of one of the most active fair housing advocacy groups in the country, the Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center (formerly known as the Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center). At LaFHAC, she led a team working holistically to end discriminatory housing policies and practices…

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John P. Comer

National Organizing Director

John P. Comer, MPA is a Senior Organizer with 20 years experience around housing and criminal justice issues. John has organized in various cities across the country, where he built neighborhood organizations from the ground-up through empowering residents in various communities. Some of his most impactful work includes designing and implementing the grassroots strategy to…

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Maxwell Ciardullo

Director of Research

Maxwell is a housing justice policy and research expert based in New Orleans. Prior to joining the Redress Movement, he spent nearly a decade at the Louisiana Fair Housing Action Center, primarily as its Director of Policy and Communications. There, he led campaigns to pass inclusionary zoning, a right to counsel in eviction court, and…

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Maya Simpkins

Director of Development

Maya Simpkins (she/they) is a thoughtful liberator who uses deliberate invitation to incite/insight care and understanding. They have over a decade of experience fulfilling missions through strategic fundraising, relationship building, project management, and racial justice advocacy. Their strategic fundraising, relationship-building, and data management expertise have led to a strong track record of securing over $30M…

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Sumner Bright

Director of Digital Infrastructure & Operations

Sumner Bright is originally from Portland, Maine, but is currently based in Brooklyn. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, paired with a dual major in Sustainability. Sumner is an energetic and passionate community organizer, digital coordinator, and musician. While studying at The University of New…

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Reggie Jackson

Researcher

Reggie Jackson, is an award winning journalist, a graduate of Concordia University, co-owner of Nurturing Diversity Partners and 2021 winner of the Carter G. Woodson Memorial Award from the National Education Association,  2015 winner of the Eliminating Racism Award from southeast Wisconsin’s YWCA and 2016 Courageous Love Award from the First Unitarian Society. He is…

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Dynasty Ceasar

Sr. Campaign Organizer, Milwaukee

As an agent of change, Dynasty Ceasar is dedicated to creating pathways for Black Liberation in the city of Milwaukee. As a young person, Dynasty understood the disparities of segregation, as she grew up on Milwaukee’s Northside and was bussed to a predominately white suburb for school through a desegregation program called Chapter 220. She…

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Kevin Patterson

Sr. Campaign Organizer - Denver

Kevin was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. Kevin received their BA in political science and ethnic studies from the University of Colorado Boulder. Promptly after graduating, Kevin interned for the AFL-CIO in Houston, Texas.  Kevin joined the American Federation of Teachers following their internship. In their tenure, they supported the formation of three adjunct…

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Grace Guber

Digital Organizer

Grace Guber is a radical leftist digital organizer who currently resides in Washington, DC. For the past two years, Grace has focused primarily on addressing housing inequality in DC and stopping the displacement of long-time DC residents. She also served as the Communications Coordinator and digital strategist for the DC Cancel Rent Coalition throughout the…

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Greg Jarrell

Sr. Campaign Organizer, Charlotte

Greg Jarrell is based in west Charlotte’s Enderly Park neighborhood, where he has lived and worked on equitable housing issues since 2005. He is one of the co-founders of QC Family Tree, a cultural organizing group in his neighborhood, and a founding organizer of Charlotte’s West Side Community Land Trust. He has been co-chair of Charlotte…

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Dr. Tiffany Manuel

President & CEO

TheCaseMade

Michael Ansara

Former Chief Development Officer

Mary Richardson-Lowry

Vice Chair

Chicago Community Trust

Noerena Limon

Policy Director

National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Brokers

Phil Tegeler

Executive Director

Poverty and Race Research Action Council

Ted Shaw

Former Director-Counsel, Professor of Law

Legal Defense Fund and University of North Carolina

Anne Houghtaling

Deputy Director

Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund (LDF)

Lisa Rice

President

National Fair Housing Alliance

Gail Christopher

Executive Director

National Collaborative for Health Equity

Debra Gore-Mann

President and CEO

The Greenlining Institute

Josie Mooney

Organizing Director

Service Employees International Union Local 1021

Kori Schneider Peragine

Senior Administrator

Inclusive Communities Program, Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council

Natosha Reid Rice

Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer and Minister for Public Life

Habitat for Humanity International, All Saints' Episcopal Church, ATL

Jeffrey Hicks

Realtist, past President

National Association of Real Estate Brokers