Rebuilding Together of the Triangle, an area non-profit focused on home rehabilitation for low-income homeowners, announced that it has named Tim Spence, Principal of BBH Design, to its board of directors. Rebuilding Together of the Triangle brings together volunteers and local and national corporate sponsors with low-income homeowners to make renovations and modification repairs at no charge.
Mr. Spence is a published author and a well-respected speaker in the architectural industry. He will use his specialized experience in design, construction administration, and project delivery to make a sustainable impact on preserving and revitalizing homes and communities in the Triangle area.
“We are thrilled to have Tim join our board of directors,” said Wayne Maiorano, Board Chair for Rebuilding Together of the Triangle. “His expertise and background in design and architecture and his commitment to the community will be a great benefit to our board and the homeowners we serve.”
Other board members include:
• Wayne Maiorano, Chair, Partner at Smith Anderson;
• Vince DeFreitas, Vice Chair, Managing Director of Silver Developers, LLC;
• Richard Mills, Board Treasurer;
• Evelyn Contre, Secretary, Managing Director of Springleaf Strategies;
• Todd Jones, VP, Financial Advisor at CAPTRUST;
• Shelley McPhatter, President of BridgePoint Construction Services;
• David Oddo, Senior Vice President at Lincoln Harris;
• Malcolm White, Director of Marketing and Leasing Commercial Real Estate at Self-Help;
• Linda Winstead, Senior Loan Officer, SunTrust Bank;
• Peyman Zand, Director of Strategy and Governance, Rex Healthcare;
• Dan Sargent, Executive Director of Rebuilding Together of the Triangle, Inc.
Rebuilding Together of the Triangle focuses resources on home improvements and modifications to improve the health and safety of the home, and often works with the elderly, disabled and military veterans in Wake, Durham, Orange, and Chatham Counties.
In the past two years, Rebuilding Together of the Triangle completed over 30 projects at area homes with the help of more than 250 volunteers. The organization’s projects were funded by local and national corporate sponsors, as well as by grants from its national headquarters in Washington, DC. To find out more about Rebuilding Together Triangle, how to refer a family or how you can help, visit their website.
About Rebuilding Together
Rebuilding Together (RebuildingTogetherTriangle.org) is the nation's largest non-profit organization working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize neighborhoods by providing home repair and renovation services free of charge to those in need. Through the support of corporate sponsors, local businesses and the hands-on work of over 200,000 volunteers, Rebuilding Together renovates and repairs nearly 10,000 homes and nonprofit facilities annually with a market value of nearly $100 million.
In addition to its core home repair work, Rebuilding Together renovates community centers and conducts home modification and repair programs that focus on elder home safety, energy efficiency, veterans housing, and disaster recovery and reconstruction. Rebuilding Together has over 200 affiliates and recently celebrated the completion of its 100,000th project. The regional affiliate is the Triangle area is Rebuilding Together of the Triangle, Inc.