Mr. Macke is a partner in the law firm of Robles, Rael, & Anaya. Originally from the State of Vermont, Mr. Macke has called New Mexico his home since 1995. Mr. Macke is also a volunteer at the Homeless Law Clinic.
Sandaren HazlettVice President
Sandaren (Sandi) Hazlett is Vice President at The Kemtah Group. Headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the Kemtah Group has prospered in a technology-rich environment that includes Sandia National Labs, the Department of Energy, and major medical centers.
Shirley Rich is a native New Mexican and has lived in Albuquerque since the late 60′s when she attended UNM graduating with a degree in Sociology. She was involved in the community as a social worker and foster parent prior to changing careers. In the early 70′s she became a realtor and has been helping families buy and sell homes in the Albuquerque area for many years. The work MHP does for those who do not have a permanent home is very important and Shirley wants to be a part of helping others in this capacity.
Ken Jones has been in the business community of Albuquerque since 1994. Currently, is a commercial banker for Bank of the West. Ken and his wife of 30 years are empty nesters with three kids and two grandchildren. Ken enjoys many outdoor activities including hunting fishing backpacking. Ken interests include the development of his 2-acre farm and admits he’ll get there someday. Ken was drawn to MHP and the cause of homelessness and is inspired the work each employee brings. Additionally, he sees homelessness as a major social injustice in a country that has so plenty.
Rob Elgie, Board Certified Registered Nurse and Clinical Educator at the UNM College of Nursing. Work Experience as UNM Hospital Unit Director, Administrative Supervisor, Clinical Trials Nurse Coordinator, and generalist nursing practice in adolescent psychiatry, home health care, pediatrics and emergency medicine. Personal long term interest in the traditional Chinese internal healing arts; additional long term interests include hiking, climbing and snoozing with the bears in the high alpine meadows of the Pecos Wilderness.
Greg Frost Jr.
Greg Frost Jr. brings a comprehensive background in business development activity to the Frost Group of companies with a broad range of operations, due diligence and Sales & Marketing experience. Through the successful development and execution of strategic sales and marketing programs, Greg Jr. is responsible for growing the revenue base of Frost Mortgage Banking Group nationally as well as identifying product and partnership synergies for Frost Enterprises.
Prior to joining The Frost Group of companies in 2008, Greg Jr. worked in the business development group of a private equity firm based in Los Angeles, CA. specializing in the acquisition and management of global technology companies. His most recent assignment for the group was to re-define and direct the global sales for a recently acquired software company in the petro-chemical industry, return it to profitability and restore the global prominence it once enjoyed. Greg Jr. accomplished this task within 2 years, selling the company at a profit by age 25.
Greg Frost Jr. holds a B.A. in International Business from Rhodes.
Reverend Trey Hammond is the pastor of La Mesa Presbyterian Church and has served as the President of the Board of Metropolitan Homelessness Project from its inception in 2003. He has previously been the board president of four other homeless shelters and affordable housing efforts in Dallas, TX. Trey served as the national staff for the Presbyterian Church (USA) in urban ministry and homelessness was one of his areas of responsibility. He edited a journal on homelessness for the Presbyterian Church that received an award from the Associated Church Press in 2001. Trey also serves locally as the chairperson of Albuquerque Interfaith and on the board of Hogares.
Laurel Nesbitt is an attorney with Steven Granberg, Attorney at Law, practicing mainly in the areas of employment and special education law on the plaintiff’s side. She has coordinated and volunteered with the Homeless Legal Clinic at Albuquerque Healthcare for the Homeless since 2007, and volunteered for a Street Law clinic during law school.
She tutored in homeless shelters in high school, and was an activist and organizer during her college years, demonstrating, sleeping out, and coordinating with Legal Aid to bring a busload of demonstrators from Greensboro and Winston Salem, North Carolina to the Housing Now! March on Washington in 1989.
Ray is an audit and business consulting principal with REDWLLC, CPAs and business and financial advisors, a New Mexico based firm of 145 total professionals. Previously, he was a partner with Arthur Andersen LLP in Los Angeles and Albuquerque. Throughout his career, Ray has served and presently serves in leadership positions on a variety nonprofit boards. He joined the MHP board in February 2012 because he is inspired by its mission to help the needy (Matthew 25:35).