Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors consists of 23 individual members spanning the corporate, construction, and academic sectors.

Supporting our Mission

RTP relies on members’ experience as capacity builders, community organizers, and community bankers who work closely with RTP’s target population every day. Members agree to a robust set of expectations for Board engagement and community impact, and bring their vital expertise in development, residential construction, and economic development to the organization’s governance.

Board of Directors

President, Jeni Cooper, Community Development Banking, PNC Financial Services Group

Treasurer, Mark Winer

Secretary, Megan Stearman, Oxford Development

Board Members

Rich Amberson, Shannon Construction

Tom Davis, University of Pittsburgh

Nina Faber, MSA Inc., Corporate Counsel

Dave Burnworth, Giant Eagle Inc.

Tim Glass, Wells Fargo

John Higgins, USI Insurance

Greg Hopkins, JLL

Alyssa P. Lyon, Green Building Alliance

David Matta, Residential Resources, Inc.

Steve Mazza, Keystone Mountain Lakes Regional Council of Carpenters

Bob McCall, Master Builder’s Associaion

Carol McKay, National Consumers League

Chad Michaelson, Meyer, Unkovic, & Scott

Bill Miller, Pittsburgh Gateways

Delvina Morrow, Pittsburgh Penguins

Jennifer Saks, Allegheny Lead Safe Homes

John T. Sebastian, LEED AP, Swanson School of Engineering, U. of Pittsburgh

Nick Trbovic, FedEx Ground

Evan Zuverink, First Commonwealth Bank

Ryan R. Deatrick, CPA, Schneider Downs & Co., Inc.

Emeritus Board Members

Rudy Benedetti

Ray Coll

Ed Friel

Frank Hammond

William Waterkotte

Volunteer with Us!

Volunteers play a significant role in RTP’s home repair work. Amplify our neighbors’ understanding that the work and services they receive come directly from those in their own community.

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Support Safe & Healthy Housing

Our ability to stay safe at home is largely dependent on the quality of our housing. Rebuilding Together Pittsburgh delivers home repairs to our neighbors who need it most.