Staff Directory

How the Air Quality in Your Home is Key to Overall Health

When considering the health of your home, one of the first potential hazards to consider is your air quality. According to the EPA, the levels of indoor air pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than outdoor levels. With the pace of modern living, we often neglect pollutants like pesticides, humidity and mold, asbestos, cigarette smoke, and volatile organic compounds.

Healthy Homes Coalition is looking for dedicated and compassionate individuals to help serve our community!

Jameela Maun

Executive Director

Jameela is passionate about serving families and communities and is a strong advocate for safe and affordable housing. She is dedicated to advancing the core mission and values of Healthy Homes Coalition to ensure all children grow up in healthy homes that are free from environmental hazards.

Jameela is devoted to her family, serving others, advocating for social justice, and being an agent for change. She and her husband, Don, have three children: Kieryngton, Kingston, and Maeleigh. They love going to the beach, playing games, and listening to music. When Jameela is not spending time with her family, she enjoys reading, shopping, and being an important member of the Beyoncé Beyhive!

Grace Cole

Healthy Housing Specialist

Grace has a Bachelor's of Social Work and Art from Calvin University. During her senior year, she interned at the Creston Neighborhood Association.

In her free time, she loves to paint and embroider.

Luna Dulin

Navigation Developer

As the Navigation Developer, Luna connects families with resources and community partners in Kent County to ensure families receive all the services they need beyond the bounds of just our organization. Luna is mission-driven and passionate about making community spaces safe and inclusive for all.

Luna is a Wayne State University alumna where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies with a concentration in Public Policy and Public Administration. In Detroit, Luna worked on community development projects with Community Development Advocates of Detroit, Building the Engine of Community Development Detroit, and Detroit Police Athletic League. When Luna is not working, she loves trying new foods, hiking, being a dog mom, and yoga.

Jackie Hernandez

GTLO Coordinator

Jackie is no stranger to grit. She grew up in Alice, Texas and came to Michigan as part of a migrant camp with her family at the age of 10. Her family decided to stay in Grand Rapids after they saw booming opportunity in the manufacturing industry. 

As an adult, Jackie became inspired to live a life of service. Her nonprofit experience includes Well House, The Hispanic Chamber, and LINC. In addition to her work in the community, she is the second ever Latina to sit on the Board of Education for the Godfrey-Lee School District. "I want to be an agent of change where I can see the change."

Jackie’s hobbies include going to the beach, reading, art, and spending time with her five sons. She describes herself as a "genuine, caring rebel" and the label suits her well. She's a rebel with a cause: to serve and to be a strong voice in her community.

Stephanie McKendry

Program Manager

Stephanie has her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Grand Valley State University. She began working in the non-profit sector in 2009. Prior to joining Healthy Homes Coalition, she worked in the employment and housing sectors of non-profit.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, practicing and teaching yoga, gardening, reading, and being outdoors. She is excited to be a part of the Healthy Homes team!

Victoria Patton

Intake Specialist

Victoria is an alumna of Michigan State University where she got her bachelor’s degree in Communications. She’s worked in the Kentwood Public School system, the Home Builders Association of Greater Grand Rapids, and as a birth doula. She has always had a passion for supporting the children in her community and loves being a part of the team that serves such an important mission.

In her free time, Victoria loves reading a book with a big cup of coffee and being in nature with her husband and very active toddler.

Hana Salmoran

Operations Adminstrator

Hana loves helping others and giving back to her community. She has served on a number of nonprofit boards and is dedicated to advocating for the underserved.

Hana is a single mom of three boys. Her hobbies include reading, crafting, and watching anime with her boys. She is an avid fan of football and baseball and loves the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Tigers.