Habitat For Humanity Of Greater Chattanooga Names Phil Trammell Vice President Of Development

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Thursday announced Phil Trammell has been named vice president of development.

In his new role, Mr. Trammell will lead Habitat’s local fundraising efforts, cultivate corporate partnerships, develop and execute fund development programs and collaborate with the board of directors on developing relationships with new supporters.

“We are thrilled to have Phil join our team. His many years of expertise coupled with his impressive skill set will help us continue to grow and strengthen our funding resources so that we can expand opportunities of home ownership to more working families in Greater Chattanooga,” said Dave Butler, president & CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga.

With over two decades of experience in both corporate and higher education organizations, Mr. Trammell holds a proven track record of leading development initiatives. He most recently served as vice president of development at local PBS station, WTCI, and previously as chief advancement officer at Girls Inc. of Chattanooga, director of development at Texas Woman’s University and director of development at the University of Dallas. 

“As an accomplished community leader, Phil brings years of banking, fundraising and community development experience to the organization,” said Barbara Marter, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga board chair. “We can’t wait to see the progress that will be made under Phil’s leadership.” 

Prior to his nonprofit career, Mr. Trammell held various corporate positions in banking, telecommunications, engineering and cable television enterprises. Mr. Trammell is the incoming president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Southeast Tennessee Chapter, a mentor at Chattanooga Preparatory School. 

“I’m privileged to have the opportunity to join the Habitat for Humanity team and look forward to contributing to its mission to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope,” said Mr. Trammell.


Paula McDaniel Earns Internationally Recognized Designation For Performance In Luxury Real Estate

Nashville Housing Market Sees First Increase In 3 Months

Brandi Pearl Thompson: The REALTOR Code Of Ethics In A Fast Market


Paula McDaniel from Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC earned The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing’s Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designation in recognition of experience, ... (click for more)

There were 4,191 home closings reported for the month of June, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS. This figure is up 0.5 percent from the 4,172 closings reported for ... (click for more)

You probably already know that working with a Realtor gives buyers, sellers, and investors many advantages they need to succeed in today’s real estate market. But did you know another advantage ... (click for more)



Real Estate

Paula McDaniel Earns Internationally Recognized Designation For Performance In Luxury Real Estate

Paula McDaniel from Real Estate Partners Chattanooga LLC earned The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing’s Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist designation in recognition of experience, knowledge and expertise in high-end residential properties. Ms. McDaniel joins an exclusive group of real estate professionals who have completed The Institute’s training and have a proven ... (click for more)

Nashville Housing Market Sees First Increase In 3 Months

There were 4,191 home closings reported for the month of June, according to figures provided by Greater Nashville REALTORS. This figure is up 0.5 percent from the 4,172 closings reported for the same period last year. “For the first time in three months, the market shows strong signs of stabilizing,” said Kristy Hairston, Greater Nashville Realtors president. “A 0.5 percent ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Hamilton County Has Record 71 In Hospital With Coronavirus; Tennessee Has 25 More Deaths

The number of coronavirus patients in Chattanooga hospitals has risen to the highest level yet - 71. That includes 37 from Hamilton County. The previous high was 65 on June 10. The number of those in Intensive Care has dropped back down to 17. Hamilton County has had 104 more coronavirus cases, bringing the total to 3,180. Deaths remain at 36. There ... (click for more)

UTC Commencement Ceremonies Are Canceled

UTC officials have canceled commencement ceremonies that had been postponed to August, due to COVID. Officials said, "Back in March when COVID-19 first made its way to Chattanooga, a conclusion was reached to postpone commencement ceremonies until August. We hoped the virus would run its course and that we could safely celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2020 in August. ... (click for more)

Opinion

Mandates Are A Bluff - And Response (11)

Via something called an "Executive Order," the facemask mandate will go into effect in Hamilton County on Friday until Sept. 8. This is an illegal executive order and carries no legal weight. Those issuing it know this, which is why Jim Coppinger was too cowardly to issue it himself, but passed off the dirty deed to Dr. Paul Hendricks, who is not even a duly elected representative ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Made In His Image

Max Lucado, Pastor Emeritus of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas, has been my favorite Christian author for many, many years. Fifteen years ago, he was named as The Best Pastor in the United States and his incredible gift is best found in the comforting words that he has used in almost 100 books. The experts tell us that today there are more than 135 million copies of Lucado’s ... (click for more)