Sherry Banks--Board Member


Johnnie Koch (Jones)--Board Member

​RN, US Army Veteran

VP, Women's Affairs

​Director, Business Operations


Alethea Wilson-Smalls--Board Member 


Naima Johnson--Clinical Supervisor, Residential Treatment

​MS, Therapist

Kezia Lewis-Davis--Director, Corporate Giving

Dr. Remolia Simpson--Founder & CEO

​D. Min, US Army Veteran

Our Founder and CEO, Dr. Remolia Simpson, is a passionate veterans' advocate.  Ms. Simpson’s extensive educational background includes an undergraduate degree in Management Studies, Master’s degrees in Human Services (MA) ,  and a Doctorate in Biblical Counseling.  Dr. Simpson is a qualified mental health therapist, who has directed a day program serving 360 mental health and special-needs clients, in which she supervised staff counselors and caseworkers in the Washington, DC area.  On Long Island, Ms. Simpson managed a homeless shelter, with wide-ranging responsibilities. She is the driving force behind the rapid growth of our organization, which is expanding to serve cities across America.  As a six-year US Army veteran, Dr. Simpson also plans to include services for homeless veterans in our practice.  She continues to work tirelessly to bring all our veterans home.

Eunika Lewis-Kent--Board Member


My Brother's House

​Michael Smalls, Jr., Director, Marketing

Nathan James, VP, LGBTQ Affairs


Nathan James is an accomplished writer, author, and LGBTQ advocate.  His work appears on such major media platforms as the Huffington Post, NBC, Hollywood Digest, SLAY TV, and GBM News. He has also produced landmark events for and about the LGBTQ community at such stiried venues as Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Pavilion.  Nathan is proud to help MBH in its service to LGBTQ and other veterans everywhere.