Housing Assistance Corporation (HAC), is a community-based non-profit organization. By partnering with innovative developers and government officials we look to reshape the idea of affordable housing. HAC cross-markets affordable housing with fashion and entertainment in the hopes of bridging the gap between our elders and millennials. While community engagement spearheads our business model, we strive to build awareness within our community of improvements and resources through innovative marketing. HAC uses connections with local professional athletes, music artists, fashion and media outlets in order to touch the community more effectively. With this informal approach, we ensure the engagement and enjoyment of each event we host. HAC continually advocates for our community by making sure they are equipped with the education our resources and guidance provides.
Housing Assistance Corporation seeks to create a paradigm shift in the way our community views housing through the introduction, education, and application of community engagement.
Housing Assistance Corporation interviewed on the Kelly Clarkson Show.
Dontae Scott is the CEO of Housing Assitance Corp., a non-profit entity providing jobs and housing to the less fortunate of the community. A real estate developer and the President of Las Vegas Homes, Inc., a real estate development and investment firm, Scott has come far in his life journey. At the age of just 15, Scott was sentenced as an adult to serve ten years in the Nevada Department of Corrections. After changing his life he has dedicated his time to learning languages, coaching and mentoring the youth, and developing opportunities for his community.
Christopher McCraney is the CFO for Housing Assistance Corp. Born and raised in Nevada, McCraney grew up in the inner city graduating from Cimarron-Memorial High School. Becoming a real estate investor and procuring a franchise in the fast-food industry McCraney believes it's time to give back to the community. McCraney is a coach and sponsor to youth in various sports and also helped organize a gang prevention program at the boys and girls club. McCraney's ultimate passion is to change the landscape of the community he grew up in through education and unification.
Akeem Brantley is the Marketing and Community Engagement Specialist for Housing Assitance Corp. A Texas Southern University graduate with a undergraduate and masters in kinesiology is considered a culture curator for the Las Vegas community using his promotions background to rally his community in giving back. He exercises a unique method of meshing nightlife with community uplift to achieve cultural values across his Las Vegas community.
William Covington is the COO or political liaison for Housing Assitance Corp. A Howard University alum, Covington launched his own company in 2015, Convington Consulting that organized and consulted for "yes" on Question 5 FRI "Fix our Roads" Initiative. Covington has been the campaign manager for County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly for two elections, as well as his Community Service Specialis Liason for the past three years.