Rob has served in many different roles during his time in ministry. His current role is a culmination of his years of experience in helping others. The Collective is a dream come true, gathering key agencies and people together to do more than anyone could do alone. It truly shows the power of partnership. Rob also serves as Pastor Outside the Walls at Cumberland Community Church.
Program Director and Community Development Coordinator
Stacy has called Smyrna her home for more than 40 years. She envisioned The Collective and all the possibilities it could hold before it existed. Both her personal experience living in the community and professional experience as a local missionary have given her the heart, passion, and unique perspective required to run The Collective as only she could. Stacy is driven to continually learn and build upon the work she has accomplished.
Rachel has been on The Collective team since January 2014. She has prior experience in service learning and community development programs, social research and publication. Her passions include her cats and working to make a positive impact on the world around her. She is a driving force for The Collective and Build Cobb, but her work tends to keep her behind the scenes.
Build Cobb Recruitment Administrator
Shennetria is a highly motivated and energetic recruitment administrator for Build Cobb Partnership. Most often, hers are the feet on the street ready to introduce you to “Construction Ready” training. She is highly passionate about helping job seekers to start successful careers, and she loves interacting with different people and mentoring others when the opportunity arises.
Recovery Community Coordinator
Brittany is liaison for The Collective, Family Dependency Treatment Court of Cobb County, and the recovery community. Brittany is also a member of the DBHDD Region 1 Advisory Council. She has an eclectic mindset and loves to think outside the box. Brittany is passionate about advocating for individuals seeking rehabilitative treatment, navigating the criminal justice system, and walking alongside those in recovery as they develop personally, socially and economically.