Meet Our New Members

Our Partnership Council is growing! Meet our newest members.

Welcome, Brittany and LaTasha! We are thrilled to introduce the newest members of our Partnership Council.

The Mercy Housing Mountain Plains Partnership Council is made up of a dynamic group of supporters and community leaders who support the organization’s fundraising activities in Arizona, Colorado, and Nebraska. They help represent Mercy Housing in their local community and individual networks, while providing valuable expertise and insight to the philanthropy team.

Brittany Lumpkin

“I am a Denver based Account Executive at Salesforce working with small businesses. Born and raised in Florida, I made my way out to the Mile High City almost four years ago. I have been a partner with Mercy Housing ever since! My mission is to create more opportunities for members of my community through philanthropy, mentorship of the next generation and just plain old ‘being there for people’. In my spare time, I enjoy trying new restaurants in Denver, getting out for a day in the mountains or hanging out with my husband and two baby Shih Tzus, Paw Paw and Georgie Bear.”

“I have faced a lot of situations of adversity and can relate greatly with some of the insecurities faced by the residents. Though our experiences might differ, it takes a village sometimes to succeed in the face of our circumstances. Mercy Housing has created the village and I want to be a member of that village.”

LaTasha Robertson

“As the Assistant Vice President at ANB’s Cherry Creek Banking Center, I am dedicated to developing and maintaining meaningful business relationships, consistently providing sound financial advice, and the highest level of customer service. I relocated from my hometown of Indianapolis in 2013 to pursue my career goals and to explore colorful Colorado. In my free time, I enjoy cooking and entertaining, contemporary art exhibitions and live music.”

“Affordable housing should be accessible to everyone and if I can play a role in making someone’s dream of homeownership a reality, I feel as though I’m serving my community.”