CHRISTINA BETANCOURT JOHNSON
Before joining RTMC, Christina worked at Global Impact and led the Combined Federal Campaign’s marketing and communications efforts, which delivered more than $60 million to local, national and international charities. Prior to that, she served in various leadership positions with United Way, the University of Dallas and the Washington, D.C. Economic Partnership (formerly known as The Washington, D.C. Marketing Center). Christina earned a BS from Hampton University and a MBA degree from the University of Dallas.
Director of Development
Elisa joins RTMC with a diverse background in fundraising for nonprofits. Prior experience includes working for Integrace, Inc., a group of senior living communities, the Saint Agnes Hospital Foundation, and Hong Kong International School. Elisa is responsible for building and cultivating relationships in order to engage corporate and foundation leaders, volunteers, and community members in support of the worthy mission of RTMC. Elisa holds a BA from Hamline University and completed graduate coursework in Nonprofit Management at North Park University. She earned CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) credentials in October 2016.
Christina is responsible for day-to-day operations, special events, and bookkeeping. She received her BS in accounting from Montgomery College.
Nelson is responsible for supporting all aspects of our program operations, including homeowner relations, grant reporting, and project management. Prior to joining RTMC, Nelson served as Program Director at a local non-profit organization where he was responsible for overseeing and managing in-kind donations and facilities maintenance. Nelson also has experience as a retail operations manager for a national retail chain. Nelson received his BA in Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland.
Melissa is responsible for supporting all aspects of our program operations, including homeowner relations, grant reporting, and project management. Prior to joining RTMC, she worked as the Volunteer Coordinator for a local non-profit organization focused on poverty alleviation. She was responsible for managing individual volunteers as well as planning group volunteer days. Melissa received her BA in Sociology and Psychology fromm the State University of New York, College at Oneonta.
Development and Communications Manager
James is responsible for helping execute RTMC’s foundation, corporate, and individual giving fundraising strategies, as well as for developing and implementing our social media outreach plan. Prior to joining RTMC, he worked as the Assistant Director of Development and Alumni Relations for Saint James School. He was responsible for individual giving solicitations, event planning, and donor stewardship. James received his B.S. in Business Administration with a focus in Marketing from Elon University.
Construction Manager & Hawk Handyman
Mike Wilkinson currently serves as RTMC’s construction manager & Hawk handyman. He’s responsible for previewing 80-100 homes (annually) and assessing the need for RTMC’s repair and renovation services as it relates to our homeowner client base. Secondly, Mike’s responsible for performing small repairs and handyman projects on select client homes throughout the year as our Hawk Handyman Program.
Carol serves currently serves as the executive assistant to RTMC’s executive director. She manages scheduling, communications with the board of directors and supports several RTMC events. Carol has invested more than 35 years into public service as a federal employee, a volunteer and a local philanthropist.