Tampa Housing Authority's Employee of the Month

 

  • Adrian Nelson

    Adrian Nelson

    Main Office
    January , 2019

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    We are all familiar with Mr. Adrian Nelson’s quick response to the daily IT tasks of: IT Service Desk for ticketing and inventory. Mr. Nelson is called upon daily to assign IP addresses for new network equipment (cameras, servers, etc.). He monitors and manage the agency’s WIFI/LAN Network/Switch/Phones for the Corporate Office and remote properties. Mr. Nelson manages the firewall for all properties including the main firewall at our Corporate Office. Mr. Nelson goes above and beyond his daily tasks with a pleasant attitude and a deep reservoir of patience. Mr. Nelson is also known for his excellent customer service. He is responsible for spearheading several major projects at our agency such as our software/server upgrades (File vision, Office 365, Fax server, Phone system). Mr. Adrian Nelson is truly deserving to be recognized as our January 2019 Employee of the Month.
  • Lazaro Perez

    Lazaro Perez

    Scattered Sites
    January , 2019

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    Mr. Lazaro Perez, Maintenance Technician III, is selected as our January 2019 employee of the month. Mr. Perez is not only a good worker who takes care of two properties; he is reliable, consistent and does his duties without a whisper of complaint. Mr. Perez is willing to give a helping hand when needed and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. He is often on call and makes sure that at the end of his shifts, his paperwork is completed and submitted on time. Mr. Perez sets the example and models the kind of behavior we would expect from all our staff. Please join the properties in congratulating Mr. Lazaro Perez as our employee of the month. Human
  • Barbara Thomas

    Barbara Thomas

    Main Office
    December , 2018

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    Barbara Lee Thomas has been an employee in the Program and Property Services department since October 7, 1999. She began her career here at the housing authority as a job-career developer for the Economic Development Self Sufficiency Grant (EDSS) grant for 18 months. She then transitioned to a permanent position as a Job Developer when the housing authority was awarded its second Hope VI award for the Riverview Terrace/Tom Dyer development, now the Oaks at Riverview. Barbara has continued to grow and excel over her many years of employment at the Housing Authority. Barbara was assigned and worked as a case manager on the Central Park Village Relocation. Recently Barbara transitioned to case manager for the former North Boulevard Homes residents, the agency’s (West River Redevelopment) project. Outside of her case management role, Barbara is also the resident council advisor, in this role she assists the resident council leaders with scheduling special meetings and workshops. Barbara facilitates the resident council quarterly meetings and the new council member swearing in ceremony that occurs every three-years. She also coordinates trips for training and conferences, as well as monitors the resident council budget. Ms. Lee assist the Compliance Department with the grievance hearing process and is the department representative assigned to the Risk Management committee. Barbara’s service to THA is excellent.
  • Ronald Holt

    Ronald Holt

    Robles Park Village
    December , 2018

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    Assistant Property Manager, Ron Holt, has been with the agency for 11 years and has been an Assistant Manager for the last year. Ron is a dedicated employee and contributes to the agency by providing exceptional oversight and management of all procurement and contracted services at Robles Park. Ron learned property management as a property associate at North Boulevard Homes and Robles Park for 5 years before transferring to Section 8 as a counselor, for another 5 years. It was Ron’s goal to continue his career path in property management which led him back to Robles Park. Ron had a vision of what he could contribute to the agency to improve its efficiency when he interviewed for the position. One of his goals was to implement an inventory tracking system to control costs, which he completed within his first 90 days. Another goal was to track all material costs associated with a work order and ensure all work is completed in a timely manner. Ron takes personal responsibility for ensuring that our residents are satisfied with any work that has been performed in their unit.
  • Shalyn Johnson

    Shalyn Johnson

    C Blythe Andrews
    November , 2018

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    Ms. Shalyn Johnson came to the Tampa Housing Authority through Temporary Services in April 2016 where she performed Assistant Manager services for the Osborne Landings property. From the very start of employment she displayed passion for the job as well as the community. Ms. Johnson is dedicated, reliable and continuously goes the extra mile when called upon. She has filled in the gap on several occasions when both Cedar Pointe and C. Blythe Andrews went through hiring transitions. Of all the temporary employees whom have come and gone it was obvious that she was a keeper.
  • Eva Reale

    Eva Reale

    Main Office
    November , 2018

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    The Assisted Housing Department would like to recognize FSS Counselor, Eva Reale as Employee of the Month. Eva has been with the agency for 13 years and has been an FSS counselor for the past five. As a dedicated, long term employee Eva contributes to the success of the agency and the department, by providing exceptional customer service to clients and necessary support to her co-workers. Eva is an adept FSS Counselor. She is extremely knowledgeable in FSS Program policies and procedures and effectively tracks her client’s needs, goals and progress. She monitors reports, records and stays up to date on HUD’s FSS reporting requirements. But it is Eva’s desire to support her co-workers that makes her stand out. She deserves to be recognized for temporarily taking on the duties of a portability counselor which involved several tasks new to her. Eva has since volunteered to assist with other non-FSS related tasks and can be counted on to pickup the slack whenever a need arises. Eva is a no nonsense person with a heart of gold. She is compassionate and genuinely cares about the success of her clients and the well-being of her co-workers. When a co-worker became ill at work Eva sat with her with support and kept her calm until help arrived. She is quick to offer assistance to her co-workers by sharing information and helping to process their files when needed.

 

The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa provides equal opportunity to participates in our housing programs. Any disabled person, outlined by the American With Disabilities Act, requiring a reasonable accommodation to make this process accessible may request such by contacting (813) 341-9101


Where can I get more Help?

Assisted Housing Information:
(813) 253-0551

Public Housing Information:
(813) 341-9101


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