Legally, a CHDO’s Board of Directors must be composed of 1/3 from a housing authority board, 1/3 residents who reside within a subsidized property, and 1/3 community members. The board is tasked with working together to make sure housing projects and economic development programs are serving the entire community. Meetings take place the last Tuesday of the month at 3 p.m. in the Liberty County Board of Commissioners Meeting Room located in the Liberty County Courthouse Annex, 112 N. Main Street Hinesville, GA 31313. Meetings are open to the public and everyone is always welcomed to attend.
Board of Directors
Bob Sprinkel brings over 21 years of military service experience to the table. Serving in every leadership capacity from squad leader to Garrison Sergeant Major gave Bob the opportunity to deal with soldiers and all levels of housing issues. Recently, Bob retired as theLiberty County Assistant County Administrator. He is also a member of the Liberty County Initiative for Community Housing. Bob has a passion for Workforce Housing and making sure that all citizens of Liberty County have access to an affordable, safe and sanitary place to live. He believes that no one should live in substandard housing and that our community should insure that there are fair housing policies and practices for all. No excuses!
Joe Ford is a native of Savannah. He is a graduate of Bradwell Institute and of Georgia Southern University with a BBA in Economics. He’s been in bank management and commercial lending since 1994 and has worked with South Georgia Bank in Hinesville since 2016.
During the past 25 years, Joe has been deeply committed to the local community both civilian and military. His service includes Marne Chapter Association of the United States Army President (2012-2018); Liberty County Chamber of Commerce Executive Board Member (2012-Present); Liberty County Cosmopolitan Club Vice President (2000-Present); Liberty County Branch NAACP Treasurer (1997-2012); McIntosh Rotary Club Past President (2011-Present); Hinesville Downtown Development Authority Secretary (2014-2018); Hinesville Housing Authority Chairman (2013-Present); Liberty County Martin Luther King, Jr. Association (2010-Present); Liberty County Board of Jury Commissioners (2006-2010); and Bethel AME Church Treasurer (2012-Present).
Joe and his wife Constance have been married for 22 years and reside in Hinesville, Georgia.
Paul C. Johnson is a 1976 graduate of the University of South Carolina with a B.S. in Accounting. His professional work experience from 1979 to 2009 includes the S.C. General Assembly, S.C. Board of Bank Control, South Carolina National Bank, and retirement from The Coastal Bank of Savannah, GA. Positions he has held include Bank Examiner, Senior Auditor, Director of Internal Audit, Senior Compliance Auditor, and Corporate Security Officer. Civic involvements from 1990 to the current time includes the Savannah-Chatham County Fair Housing Council, Hinesville Downtown Development Authority, Hinesville Housing Authority, Liberty County Public Facilities Authority, and the Hinesville Development Authority. Bishop Paul C. Johnson is also Pastor of the Progressive Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Hinesville, GA where he has served since 1989. Bishop Paul Johnson also served on the Executive Board Bishops of the Progressive Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Inc. since 2007 and serves as Executive Secretary. Bishop Johnson has a passion for serving his local community and humanity in general. Public service, family, housing issues, and community development are his calling and he has been faithfully engaged in these areas for the last 30 years through various endeavors.
Georgia A. Holliday
Georgia has more than 30 years of experience in management, customer support, and leadership. Since 2003, she has been employed as the Deputy Chief Appraiser for Liberty County Georgia Tax Assessor's Office. She is a certified Georgia Department of Revenue Appraiser IV. Georgia has worked as a Tax Specialist for 26 years with H&R Block. She is also secretary of the Board of Assessors and has been a member of the Georgia Association of Assessing Officials (GAAO) since 2003. As a native of Liberty County, she has a great understanding of the local landscape of many communities. She is a 2009 graduate of Leadership Liberty a Georgia currently serves as Chairwoman of the Liberty Initiative for Community Housing (LICH) in addition to being the secretary for the Liberty County Community Housing Development Organization (LCCHDO).One of her passions is helping others understand heirs property and the significance of estate planning. Her personal mission is to see Liberty County provide affordable workforce housing for all.
LaMonica Jenkins is a Life Coach with over 18 years experience and she is the Owner/Operator of Jenkins School of Martial Arts & Fitness Center in Hinesville where she serves as a Martial Arts and Fitness Instructor. She has more than 15 years of experience conducting various programs both private and community related. Currently, LaMonica is a Lab Assistant & Infection Control/Employee Health Assistant at Liberty Regional Medical Center with over 12 years experience in the medical field. She also serves as Vice Chairman of the Hinesville Housing Authority with 5+ years of experience, and most recently became a Master Stylist. Her educational background includes Physical Fitness at Ashworth College, Metaphysical Science at the University of Sedona, Psychology at the University of Phoenix, Medical Assistant at Savannah Technical College, and Master Cosmetologist Certification at Empire Beauty College.
Melanie C. Thompson
Melanie is now is the Chief Executive Officer of the HHA and Executive Director of LCCHDO. Melanie is responsible for managing the agency’s Project Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) properties to maintain compliance with U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) policies and to establish working relationships with the tenants, city/county government, general public, and community services agencies. She has several years of experience in the affordable housing industry and her commitment and passion will assist in accomplishing the mission of the Hinesville Housing Authority and Liberty County CHDO.
As a resident of Regency Park in Hinesville, Teresa McCoy is able to help put into perspective what different needs a resident may have. She realizes that sometimes decisions are made that denies working people access to quality housing or communities where they are able to thrive. As a retired seamstress, she now enjoys a comfortable home and environment in which to live in a nice affordable home because of the work being done to ensure everyone has access to quality housing. Teresa wants every resident of Liberty County to have equal opportunity and access to the life of liberty and happiness that adequate housing provides.
Gloria Dozier is a resident of Regency Park in Hinesville. She enjoys fishing, spending time with her family, and helping others. Gloria serves on the Liberty County CHDO to be a voice for newcomers to the area seeking a better quality of life in Liberty County to raise children, or grandchildren, and live like a local.
KaTrina Bacon is Health Care Assistant and Certified Nurse Assistant who earned her degrees through Savannah Technical College. She is currently pursuing her Bachelors Degree as a Registered Nurse at Georgia Southern University. She has 12 years of nursing experience and 2 years of experience as a health care assistant. For the past 2 years, KaTrina has supervised nurses for a local home health agency. She prides herself in being a safe haven for children and an inspiration for other parents seeking self-sufficiency.