Meet the Staff
Becca Davis has been involved with low-income home repairs since 1996 when she was a high school volunteer for Appalachia Service Project. She served as full-time staff for ASP for 8 years, most recently as Chief Ministries Officer. Becca has a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Eastern University. After visiting other home repair organizations working in Appalachia, Becca dreamed of a formal way for the nonprofits to collaborate. She organized the first ReFrame Conference in 2011 and incorporated ReFrame Association (2013) and ReFrame Foundation (2018) with co-founder Chris Manley. Becca is also the founder of a giving circle, 100+ Tri-Cities Women Who Care. She resides in Jonesborough, Tennessee with her husband, son, daughter, cat, and dog.
Co-Founder & Executive Director
Membership Engagement & Development Coordinator
Melanie Campbell has nearly 5 years of experience working alongside home repair nonprofits such as Rebuild Upstate (Greenville, SC) and Mountain TOP (Coalmont, TN) where she's been able to take on projects such as donor development, grant management, outcomes measurement, and volunteer process improvement. She currently resides in Jacksonville, Florida with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.