Meet our CEO

Keeva Kase President and Chief Executive Officer.

Keeva Kase joined Buckhead Christian Ministry in 2017 as President and CEO. A Georgia native, Keeva is a passionate, seasoned community leader with a heart for service. His track record includes 20 years of nonprofit and church leadership, including serving as a pastor to a congregation made up entirely of individuals and families experiencing homelessness, scaling Court Appointed Special Advocates across New Jersey, and leading various efforts aimed at education and health reform for at-risk children.

Keeva is an experienced nonprofit executive skilled in strategic planning, budgeting, business development, staff management, community organizing and advocacy. He earned a Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a BA in Religion and Philosophy from Berry College in Rome. Keeva and his wife Lauren have two children, Ketch and Claire.

Our Staff

  • Desirae August Chief Development Officer
  • Tiffany Banks Director of Volunteer and Community Relations
  • Eloise Bracey Chief Program Officer
  • Cynthia Crisp Executive Liaison
  • Tami Cox Financial Education Program Manager
  • Najah Douglass Director of Emergency Assistance
  • Larita Frazier Emergency Assistance Manager
  • Mary Beth Gore Volunteer and Church Support Manager
  • Robyn Hazelrigs Food Pantry Manager
  • Hannah Jones Emergency Assistance Coordinator
  • Michelle Krompegal Director of Retail Operations, THRIFTique
  • Shelley Payne Budget for Life™ Specialist
  • Michelle Ramirez Director of Financial Education
  • Tarin Russell Director of Housing
  • Abby Thurston Development & Communications Associate
  • Allan Traub Business Manager
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The City of Atlanta has allocated $22 Million to Atlanta residents through United Way.

BCM is honored to be a partner and increase our emergency assistance services with funding provided by The Atlanta COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Grant. This grant is solely for City of Atlanta (incorporated) residents who have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 crisis and whose income after March 1st is at or below 60% of the Area Median Income.

If you are interested in applying please contact United Way via or 2-1-1 phone call and indicate you were referred by BCM. Thank you!