Center for Housing and Community Engagement

Staff

Stephanie Sistare Hill
Program Coordinator, Environmental Health

Stephanie Sistare Hill, MPH, CHES is the Program Coordinator for the Environmental Health Unit (EHU) and Community Health Impact Team (HIT). After graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill in 2014 with a BA in Global Studies & Hispanic Literature and Cultures, she served as an AmeriCorps member at the UNCG Center for New North Carolinians as a Community Liaison for the Interpreter ACCESS Project. In May 2018, she graduated from UNCG with a Master’s in Public Health in Community Health Education. During her graduate program, she worked with the UNCG Center for Women’s Health and Wellness and Cone Health in the Office of Inclusion and Health Equity. Her research interests include health equity, health care access, women’s health, and LGBTQ+ health. She is excited to continue working in community health with the UNCG Health Impact Team.

EmailLinkedIn
Phillip Sheldon
Graduate Research Assistant, Housing Studies/Office Manager
Phillip Sheldon is a graduate student in the MPA program at UNCG with a concentration in Community and Economic Development. Phillip’s work at CHCS focuses on local housing policy, eviction, fair lending, and rural housing development. His research in the MPA program is centered around affordable housing finance and building community power within the planning and redevelopment process. In addition to his work with CHCS, Phillip has served the Greensboro community through AmeriCorps Partnership to End Homelessness. While serving in this capacity he became interested in policies to decrease homelessness in North Carolina and increase efficiency within the homeless service continuum of care (CoC). He has also volunteered on the New Horizons Fair Housing Committee in Winston-Salem, helping with the planning and development of a symposium on gentrification in the Piedmont Triad.
EmailLinkedIn
Kelly Suttles
GIS Specialist
Kelly Suttles earned a master’s degree in Natural Resources and Geographic Information Systems from North Carolina State University to visualize and analyze data to inform complex and multidisciplinary decision making. While she is very connected to the natural world, she is more interested in how people can have a more positive impact on the places they live, especially when it comes to land use planning. She has found an irresistible challenge in the Center’s data-driven approach to finding community-based solutions to complex housing and community problems. Her current work at CHCS focuses on the City of Rocky Mount, NC. In this role, she develops data visualizations to illustrate housing conditions in certain neighborhoods within Rocky Mount. These data will inform current efforts to proactively address housing affordability within these historic neighborhoods
Email