Our Staff

Brandie has been serving with Housing Partnerships for 11 years, where she began as a Program Manager before stepping into her Executive Director role in August of 2017. Brandie holds both an MBA and BS in Business Administration from Columbia Southern University. In her free time, Brandie serves as a co-coach of the William and Mary Cheerleading team. She has two beautiful daughters, Maddie and Mollie, who love to stop by HPI and lend a hand.
Email: bweiler@housingpartnerships.org












Brandie Weiler, Executive Director

Bre Lombard, Volunteer Coordinator


Bre is a recent graduate from Kansas State University where she majored in Marketing, minored in Nonprofit Leadership, and obtained a certificate in International Business. Bre is serving as our Volunteer Coordinator through the W&M Office of Community Engagement 2018-19 Fellowship. With her previous experience of event planning and program coordinating, Bre is continuing the community engagement journey of recruiting and working with volunteers in support of HPI’s efforts within the Historic Triangle
Email: volunteers@housingpartnerships.org


 Kenzie is a data management intern for HPI. She is about to be a William & Mary graduate and will be enrolling in the  Masters of Business Analytics program the following year. In her free time, she volunteers for the local animal shelter, Heritage Humane Society, and she plays club volleyball at William & Mary.

Kenzie Reed, Data Management Intern


Max Minogue, Communications Intern

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Max is a sophomore at the College of William and Mary and majoring in Hispanic Studies and Economics. At the College, Max works as a writing consultant, a Spanish and writing tutor, and as the senior volunteer coordinator of Dorm Mania. As the communications and marketing intern, Max is working on grant applications, social media outreach, and increasing volunteer commitment within the greater Williamsburg community.

Emily Bush, College Intern

Emily is a sophomore at William and Mary and has been involved with Housing Partnerships for the past two years. She is majoring in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies and is a member of Alpha Phi Omega, a community service fraternity, and hopes to someday work full time in the nonprofit sector. Her experiences at HPI have been invaluable and she is so excited to continue being a part of the organization.

Salma Rashid, Administrative Intern

Salma is  a junior at the College from Woodbridge, Virginia. She is majoring in Government with a minor in Management and Organizational Leadership. She is a Facility Supervisor at the  Student Recreation Center, a Resident Assistant, and the Administrative Intern with Housing Partnership, Inc. She is on the  executive board for the Minority Pre-Law Association, a member of African Cultural Society, and a mentor with Pearls of Great Price. Although, she is not a native to Williamsburg, she is excited about all of the opportunities that stem from connecting the campus to the community.

Jean Berkeley, Administrative Manager

Marsha Kinnamon, Financial Manager

Kaitlyn Baker, High School Intern

Jean has volunteered with HPI for a little over two years. As our receptionist, she is often the first friendly face our clients meet. When she isn’t helping clients in the office, Jean spends her time going to sporting events and babysitting her great nephew. 

Office: 757-221-0225




Marsha has served as HPI’s bookkeeper and financial manager for 10 years. She prides herself on being a true local of Williamsburg. Marsha loves her work and is happy to continue serving her community. When she isn’t in the office, Marsha likes to spend her time reading at home with her two cats.

Email: finance@housingpartnerships.org




Kaitlyn has been working with Housing Partnerships for over five years, beginning as a volunteer at HPI events. Since then, she has taken on a few more roles than serving hamburgers at the annual PIPE concert. During her time at Housing Partnerships, she has helped to digitalize the record-keeping system, create promotional materials, and even design this website! After graduation, she hopes to continue to work in the nonprofit sector, specifically for the Southern Poverty Law Center and the American Civil Liberties Union. Besides work, she enjoys foreign policy, Halloween, and Lo Mein. 



Kyle Baker began his time at Housing Partnerships five years ago. Also starting as a volunteer, he now uses digital software like Salesforce to input financial information and to analyze trends in the data. He has also contributed significantly to the aesthetic development of Housing Partnership's marketing materials. When he's not working, Kyle enjoys painting, calculus, and his dog Chase. 



Kyle Baker, High School Intern