Meet our President & CEO

Keeva Kase President and Chief Executive Officer

Keeva Kase serves as BCM Georgia’s President and CEO, where he envisions and works toward a region, state, and nation free from the ravages of homelessness and set upon a path of economic freedom. Keeva believes that good money management, affordable housing, and livable wages are key to vibrant and safe communities where everyone has a home and the opportunity to thrive. Under his leadership, BCM Georgia has more than tripled in direct client benefit, while driving down overhead and fundraising costs.

After graduating from Berry College, Keeva earned a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. Keeva is the board chair for the Collective Learning Academy, a private school for children with developmental disabilities in Atlanta. He serves on the national and regional advisory boards for Enterprise Community Partners, a leader in affordable housing development. He is active in his local Boy Scout troop, is a baseball coach at NYO, and loves the Pittsburgh Steelers. Proudly from St. Simons Island, Keeva and his wife Lauren live in Atlanta, attend St. James United Methodist Church, and have two children, Ketch and Claire

Our Staff

  • Abby Sheppard Senior Advancement Manager
  • Allan Traub Business Manager
  • Anthony Jayesingha Chief Operating Officer
  • Eloise Bracey Chief Program Officer
  • Michelle Ramirez Director of Financial Education
  • Najah Douglass Director of Emergency Assistance
  • Rosine Niyungeko Financial Education Program Manager
  • Tarin Williams Director of Housing
  • Wykell Brown EA Compliance Manager
  • Ann Hewatt Community Relations Coordinator