THE BCM TEAM

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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Dear BCM Community:

As a faith-based organization that acts upon our shared belief that God loves us all equally, we must stay consistent with our values. We need hope, unity, and affirmation that we are all created equal by God.

Right now, BCM's Black staff, clients, colleagues, donors, board members, and Black church partners are asking whether their lives matter.

For BCM, Black lives matter. Our Black friends need us to stand up with them and support those words.

It is that simple.

In Solidarity,

Keeva Kase
President & CEO

The helpline is now on-line. Please click the button below to learn how to submit an on-line application for financial assistance.

Online Application