NCHH Staff List

NCHH staff bring a variety of backgrounds and experience to their work, as befits the multidisciplinary field of lead hazard control and lead poisoning prevention. The health, housing, and research fields are well represented with former public health administrators, affordable housing developers, an insurance specialist, an epidemiologist, and a biostatistician contributing their skills.


All NCHH staff members may be reached by phone at 410.992.0712 or by the e-mail addresses listed below.
The staff at NCHH includes:

Rebecca L. Morley

rmorley@nchh.org

MSPP, Executive Director; formerly a consultant with ICF Consulting and a policy analyst for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Rebecca Morley, MSPP, Executive Director of NCHH, leads a multi-disciplinary staff in the mission of creating healthy and safe housing for children. Ms. Morley led the development of the National Healthy Homes Training Center and spearheaded NCHH's work in the Gulf Coast region following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. She launched and is the Chair of the National Safe and Healthy Housing Coalition, a multidisciplinary collaborative of nonprofits advocating for better quality housing and neighborhoods for the nation’s families. Before joining NCHH in 2002, Ms. Morley was a senior associate with ICF Consulting in Washington, DC, where she served as an environmental health, affordable housing, and communications consultant to state and federal agency clients. She has authored numerous articles and publications on the topic of housing and public health, including a book entitled Healthy and Safe Homes: Research, Practice, and Policy. Ms. Morley serves on the Board of Healthy Housing Solutions, Inc. and is the president of the Fleming Park Community Association. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and a master’s degree in public policy from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Jonathan W. Wilson

jwilson@nchh.org

MPP, Deputy Director; formerly director of the Co-Op Housing for Worcester Common Ground.

Susan Aceti

saceti@nchh.org

MSW, Project Manager; formerly worked with the Coalition for Low Income Community Development.

Christopher Bloom

cbloom@nchh.org
Project Coordinator.

Rose Greene Colby

rcolby@nchh.org
Director of Development, formerly a development professional with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission in Riverdale, MD and Hostelling International-USA in Silver Spring, MD. 

Jill Breysse

jbreysse@nchh.org

CIH, Industrial Hygienist; formerly industrial hygiene consultant and health/safety officer for a national environmental consulting firm.

Sherry L. Dixon

sdixon@nchh.org

Ph.D., Biostatistician; formerly a consultant and instructor in statistics at Western Michigan University.

Phillip Dodge

pdodge@nchh.org

Fund Development Officer; formerly worked with the Center for Science in the Public Interest and the Maryland Food Bank.

Laura Fudala

lfudala@nchh.org

Project Coordinator.

Michelle Harvey

mharvey@nchh.org

Office Manager.

David E. Jacobs

djacobs@nchh.org

Ph.D., CIH, Director of Research; formerly director of the Office of Healthy Homes and Lead Hazard Control at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Jane Malone

jmalone@nchh.org

Policy Director; formerly Housing Policy Director of the Alliance for Healthy Homes.

Amanda L. Reddy

areddy@nchh.org
MS, Senior Analyst/Program Manager, formerly a Research Scientist with the New York State Department of Health.

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