Tina Shelvin Bingham is the Executive Vice President for the McComb- Veazey Neighborhood Coterie and has volunteered with the group for nearly 6 year. She has implemented various components of the neighborhoods revitalization plan including the Homegrowers Community Farm, a musical/ edible pocket park, planting trees and installing neighborhood heritage signs. Tina is the project manager for the Kresge Foundation’s Fresh, Local & Equitable planning grant for the McComb- Veazey Neighborhood. She has been recognized as an Acadiana Top 20 Under 40 2015 Honoree and is a member of Leadership Lafayette Class XXX. Tina has an MBA from Ashford University and a BS in Civil Engineering from Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, LA. She is currently employed by the Lafayette Consolidated Government in the Department of Public Works. When Tina is not working on community projects, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, attending festivals and working in her garden.
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I believe I can make a significant contribution to the 705. I am very involved throughout the community. If chosen to become a board member, I will bring a level- headed and practical approach to issues facing our members and Acadiana. I will be helpful as the board works toward developing new opportunities for our members. I believe I bring a common a sense approach to problem solving and I follow a set of values, which has helped me succeed in what ever I do. I will serve the members with dependability, integrity, and distinction. I am particularly interested in raising the profile and influence of community based organizations, many who have been working through the community on various projects. Because my service and dedication toward moving my community forward is second to none.