“I believe Rebuilding Together Nashville is the most cost-effective means to provide affordable housing options in Nashville. The joy and satisfaction on the faces of the people we serve are immensely rewarding.” – Cyril Stewart
Board President: SCOTT NALLEY, Audit Manager, KraftCPAs
Through his accounting and internal audit work, Scott has worked with not-for-profit organizations for more than 10 years and is excited to serve the Nashville community through Rebuilding Together. Scott moved to Nashville in 2014 after graduating from the University of Memphis with an accounting degree.
Vice President: MARY MELISSA YOHN, Architect, Tuck-Hinton Architects
Mary Melissa is a licensed architect focused on a wide variety of project types, including museums, civic and commercial buildings and educational facilities. She is a member of both the AIA and USGBC Emerging Professionals committees, the 2015 NCARB Intern Think Tank, and has been involved with Rebuilding Together since 2013 as a volunteer, House Captain, and member of the Public Relations and Fundraising Committees. In her spare time, Mary Melissa enjoys watercolor painting, and is pursuing her private pilot’s license.
Treasurer: EDWARD HENLEY III, Founding Principal, Pillars Development LLC
Following his graduation from the University of Tennessee, Edward secured an Associate Project Manager position with the Music City Center’s project management team. Edward has lent his unique and valuable experience to Nashville’s young professional community through his involvement as a member of the Urban Land Institute’s Nashville District Council.
Secretary: RACHAEL IVIE, Market Planning Analyst, Dollar General
For seven years, Rachael worked as a planner for multiple cities in Louisiana and Tennessee. She currently holds a position with Dollar General in market planning and new store development. In addition to working with RTN, Rachael is a member of the Junior League of Nashville. Rachael graduated from Miami University with a B.A. in Urban and Regional Planning and from the University of Memphis with a master’s degree in City and Regional Planning.
Immediate Past President: CLINT CAMP, Senior Engineer, Lose & Associates
Clint is a state-licensed engineer with over ten years’ experience in engineering and construction management in the Midstate region. Clint has been a volunteer with Rebuilding Together Nashville since 2008, first serving as House Captain and more recently on the board as Treasurer and President. He and his wife, Janey, reside in East Nashville with their daughter and son.
SARAH CAMPERLINO, Marketing Supervisor, KraftCPAs
Sarah joined the KraftCPAs marketing department soon after she moved to Nashville in 2013. Professionally, Sarah is a member of the Association for Accounting Marketing (networking committee) and the Nashville chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (programs co-chair). She and enjoys spending time with her husband, John, her dog and her two step-daughters, watching the Titans and the Preds play, crafting and singing karaoke. She is also excited for the opportunity to help the Nashville community by serving on the RTN board. Sarah is originally from Pensacola, FL, and she graduated from the University of Florida in 2011 with a degree in public relations.
JEFF HOOPER, Vice President, Barge Cauthen & Associates
As a licensed professional engineer, Jeff is fortunate to have worked on many exciting projects in Nashville and the Midstate area over the past 20 years. He is active with St. Ann Knights of Columbus, American Society of Civil Engineers, and Rebuilding Together. He and his wife, Sara, have two children. Jeff enjoys running, golf, camping and travel.
MEGAN MANLY, Licensed Affiliate Broker, Village Real Estate Services
Originally from the West Coast, Megan attended UNLV before moving to Nashville to pursue a career in the music business. In 2009, she transitioned to real estate. Megan, her husband and their baby boy live in East Nashville. They enjoy going to Predators games, seeing shows at The Ryman, trying out new restaurants, and enjoying all that Nashville has to offer.
SCOTT MORTON, Project Manager, Smith Gee Studio
Scott, a licensed landscape architect, is currently a LEED accredited professional project manager. He has played a key role in two of the first LEED for Neighborhood Development certified projects in the United States.
ABIGAIL TYLOR, Encore Teacher, MNPS
Born and raised on land her grandparents bought when they moved to Nashville in the 1950s, Abigail has an appreciation for the city and the families who call it home. After several years in the classroom, she went back to school and earned her Masters of Education from Peabody College at Vanderbilt University. Currently, Abigail works specifically with gifted and talented students in Metro. She and her husband have two sons and a dog. She enjoys reading, running and spending time with friends.
KYLE MILLS, Project Manager, American Constructors
Raised in Clarksville and with a background in architecture (degree from UT-Knoxville), Kyle’s heart is growing the Middle Tennessee region by building. He has been in Nashville working on commercial projects for American Constructors, Inc. for 4+ years and was recently recruited to become a member of the Rebuilding Together team. Kyle is looking forward to making a difference in the community through design/construction connections.
DANETTA ALLEN, Manager – Entrepreneurial Services, Kraft CPAs
Danetta is a CPA with ten years of accounting and tax experience and is a manager with KraftCPA’s Entrepreneurial Services Group. Danetta has extensive experience with small to mid-size closely held businesses in various industries including construction, manufacturing and not-for-profit organizations. Danetta is an active member of the Associated Builders & Contractors, Greater Tennessee Chapter and the Associated General Contractors of Tennessee, Middle Tennessee Branch. She recently joined the board of directors for Rebuilding Together Nashville, and is excited for the opportunity to serve this organization and the Nashville community.
BRANDI BARNETT, Young Leaders Council Intern