Atlanta, Ga., (May 3, 2019) – Nonprofit Rebuilding Together Atlanta, Inc. (RTA) is pleased to announce the addition of five new members to its Board of Directors: Andrea Foard, Gautam Huded, Jason Hughes, Catherine Morgen, and Prince Njoku. The Board provides leadership for carrying out RTA’s mission of repairing homes, revitalizing communities, and rebuilding lives.
“I am excited to welcome Andrea, Gautam, Jason, Catherine and Prince to the RTA Board of Directors,” says Jason Fernandez, Board Chairman. “Each of them brings their experience, passion to help others, and the desire to strengthen RTA to meet Atlanta’s growing needs.”
Andrea Foard works as Transit Division Manager/Deputy Director for the Cobb County Department of Transportation, overseeing the county’s public transportation system and managing the contracted daily operations and maintenance and plans for system-wide enhancements and expansion. Andrea brings extensive transportation and development experience to the organization.
Gautam P. Huded is a senior associate in the real estate practice of Eversheds Sutherland LLP. He advises developers and equity investors on a variety of real estate matters, with a particular focus on multi-party, multi-use, and multi-phase urban and suburban development projects.
Catherine E. Morgen is a Partner in the Commercial Real Estate Development and Finance and Hospitality Practices of Morris Manning & Martin, LLP. She concentrates her practice on the representation of real estate clients, with an emphasis on the hospitality industry.
Jason Hughes is President of Darden & Company, construction project and development management company. His career has focused on high-end hospitality, healthcare, mixed use, and residential facility construction project management.
Prince Njoku is the Managing Partner at the CP Law Group. Before joining CP Law, Prince served as general in-house counsel to a private Atlanta-based behavioral health company. Prior to that work, he served as an associate at two large civil defense law firms in Atlanta and Chicago.
Joining the Executive Committee of RTA for the first time are Darice Rose as Vice Chair and Greg Ward as Board Secretary. “All of our newest Board and Executive Committee members embody the spirit of community. We are very fortunate to have them by our side as we continue to strengthen RTA and our work to help others,” Camille Kesler, Executive Director.
About the Rebuilding Together Atlanta (RTA)
Rebuilding Together Atlanta (RTA) is a non-profit organization striving to preserve and revitalize houses and communities in metro Atlanta. RTA aims to preserve affordable housing by bringing volunteers and communities together to rehabilitate the homes of low-income homeowners. We work to assure that low-income homeowners, particularly older adults, military veterans, people with disabilities and families with children, live in warmth, safety and independence. Our goal is to make a sustainable impact in partnerships with communities. Learn more at www.rebuildingtogether- atlanta.org and connect with #RebuildingATL on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.