Brothers Redevelopment, Inc.

Established in 1971, Brothers provides safe, affordable, accessible housing and housing services for the low-income, elderly and disabled of Colorado through five key programs: Affordable Housing Perseveration/Development, Home Maintenance & Repair, Paint-A-Thon, Housing Counseling and Colorado Housing Connects Helpline, the regions only housing help line and service of its kind (coloradohousingconnects.org).

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Staff

Part Time Staff:
11
Full Time Staff:
49
Contract Staff:
0
Volunteers Annually:
2,292
Retention Rate:
70%

Yvonne Duvall, Compliance and Evaluation Manager
Start Date: 2013

Yvonne Duvall joined Brothers Administration in 2013. Her responsibilities include ensuring that all grants and donations serve their proper purpose.

Jeff Martinez, CEO/Executive Director
Start Date: 2013

Mr. Martinez joined Brothers in February 2007 as the first-ever director of Communications and Community Relations. He then served as the Vice President for Programs and Public Affairs, until December 31, 2012, when he was promoted to President when the former president retired. Mr. Martinez provides general oversight for the agency's client-centered programs, including Home Maintenance and Repair, Housing Counseling and the Colorado Foreclosure Hotline. He also guides the organization's media relations, public affairs and strategic planning efforts. Prior to joining the staff at Brothers, Martinez had a successful career guiding public relations programs for organizations as the City of Aurora, Solis Advertising & Public Relations, Kaiser Permanente, Metropolitan State College of Denver and the Denver Regional Council of Governments. A 1995 graduate of Metropolitan State College of Denver, Martinez has donated his time to serve in the community, most notably on the Board of Directors for Clinica Tepeyac, the Latin American Educational Foundation, the Hispanic Annual Salute, the Mountain Region Black Economic Summit, The Denver Center Theater Company's Community Relations Council, The Northern Aurora Business Association, Dress for Success Denver and the Nuñez Educational Foundation. Cited for special distinction by the city of Aurora in 2003, he also has been named as one of the Denver Business Journal's ""40 Under 40" and as one of Metropolitan State College of Denver's "40 Graduates to Watch" in 2007.

Jason McCullough, Home Modification & Repair Manager
Start Date: 2007

Mr. McCullough joined Brothers in 2007. As Construction Foreman he is responsible for: oversight and execution of all remodel and repair projects; problem resolution between existing structure and required accessibility upgrades; all permitted projects and liaison to city and county inspectors; logistical, scheduling, supply and warehouse manager; and liaison to Program Manager and Volunteer Departments. Mr. McCullough has sixteen years experience with interior and exterior residential and commercial remodeling; specifically; framing, plumbing, insulated concrete form planning and installation, ceramic, porcelain, natural stone, tile installation, drywall installation and finish, interior trim, cabinetry, custom carpentry, windows, doors, siding, decking, concrete, engineered hardwood, paint and electrical. His college degree was received at Colorado State University where he obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting, Printmaking, Contemporary theory/history and a Minor in English, creative writing emphasis.

Boards

Board Type:
Local
Meetings per Year:
12
Term Length:
3
Term Limit:
Total # of Board Members:
Clients on Board:
No
# of Client Board Members:

Board Demographics:

Female:
4
Male:
6
Gender Other:
1

White:
8
Hispanic or Latino:
2

Average Number of Years Current Board Members Have Served on Board

Attendance Percentage for Board Meetings

75%

Percentage of Board Members that Contribute Dollars

100%

Percentage of Board Members that Contribute In-Kind

50%

Percentage of Board Members that have Completeted the Colorado Secretary of State's Nonprofit Board Member Course:

0%

Nonprofit completed the Colorado Nonprofit Association's Excellence in Principles & Practices Recognition Program?

No

Committees

Affordable Housing
Development / Funds / Grants/ Gifts
Finance
Housing and Community Development
Human Resources
Human Resources / Personnel
Human Resources / Personnel & Finance & Marketing & Nominating & By-laws
Planning
Staff Development
Strategic Planning / Strategic Direction

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