Christina (Tina) McLeod became the Program Manager for Landlord Liaison Program (LLP) in June 2020. Tina brings over twenty years of housing advocacy work to this role, including over ten years of racial equity and justice work. Tina believes “housing is at the heart” of the work to address inequities in our communities; and that our community partner relationships are the foundation from which LLP will increase access to housing opportunities throughout Pierce County.
Tina has a strong understanding of how our housing systems were built and knows that it takes intentional and visionary work to dismantle institutional policies and practices that created and/or support segregation and inequities that contributed to our current homelessness crisis; and then to implement policies and practices, like LLP, to ensure equitable access to well-maintained, affordable housing opportunities for community members with lived experience of homelessness.
Kiesha Triplett is a Program Specialist for the Pierce County Landlord Liaison Program. She has been working in the Human Services field for 11 years, and has 8 years experience in Mental Health & 3 years experience with the homeless population. Her passion is helping others by being a positive influence in the community. Kiesha would love to see the Landlord Liaison Program become a valuable resource for all Property Management Companies and Property Owners throughout Pierce County. It would be a dream come true for LLP to become a teachable and sustainable business nation wide.