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Our story

Our Mission

The Santo Domingo Tribal Housing Authority (SDTHA) is a non-profit developer that plans, designs, develops, and manages affordable housing for the community of Santo Domingo. Established in 1995 as a Tribally Designated Housing Entity (TDHE), the SDTHA provides affordable, safe, culturally appropriate, sustainable and healthy housing to the tribe’s population. Since its inception, the organization has sought to develop and rehab affordable housing units using cost effective and sustainable strategies.

 
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  Greta Armijo Executive Director Masters in Business Administration and Bachelors of Science in Accounting) will supervise the staff, contractors and oversee the project timeline, budget, approval of construction documents and specifications, approval of invoices, conduct project meetings, and review all required reporting for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Board of Commissioners, Tribal Government, and Tribal Council. Ms. Armijo has been employed with SDTHA for 11 years. As Executive Director since December 2010, she has overseen all of the housing and management functions of SDTHA, including all day-to-day operations, fiscal management and supervising accounting; compliance with all federal, state, and tribal laws; maintenance of 1937 Housing Act and NAHASDA units; and communicating to agencies involved in housing related activities. She is currently overseeing the current 14 housing unit historic rehabilitation project and successfully completed 19 new NAHASDA housing units. All of the projects have met the project goals, budget, timeframe and compliance with federal and tribal standards. She currently oversees 75 units currently under management by SDTHA, which includes evaluating and maintaining needs on an ongoing basis.

 

Greta Armijo

Executive Director

Masters in Business Administration and Bachelors of Science in Accounting) will supervise the staff, contractors and oversee the project timeline, budget, approval of construction documents and specifications, approval of invoices, conduct project meetings, and review all required reporting for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Board of Commissioners, Tribal Government, and Tribal Council. Ms. Armijo has been employed with SDTHA for 11 years. As Executive Director since December 2010, she has overseen all of the housing and management functions of SDTHA, including all day-to-day operations, fiscal management and supervising accounting; compliance with all federal, state, and tribal laws; maintenance of 1937 Housing Act and NAHASDA units; and communicating to agencies involved in housing related activities. She is currently overseeing the current 14 housing unit historic rehabilitation project and successfully completed 19 new NAHASDA housing units. All of the projects have met the project goals, budget, timeframe and compliance with federal and tribal standards. She currently oversees 75 units currently under management by SDTHA, which includes evaluating and maintaining needs on an ongoing basis.

  Kevin Esquibel Construction Manager Mr. Esquibel has an extensive background in housing rehabilitation on Indian Lands and he has been working for SDTHA since 2010. He has been working in the construction field for 16 years and has construction management expertise in residential construction, procurement, estimation, and cost projection, planning and budget preparation. He has prepared the plans and specifications for our housing projects, oversees new construction of NAHASDA units, currently overseeing our 14 housing unit Historic Rehabilitation project. Mr. Esquibel will oversee the bidding process to select an Architect and General Contractor. He will assist the ICDBG Project Manager coordinate the project progress, payments, budget, compliance, progress meetings, and reports. He will inspect the homes for compliance with building codes, monitor Contractor’s compliance with Davis Bacon, Section 3, and other program goals.

 

Kevin Esquibel

Construction Manager

Mr. Esquibel has an extensive background in housing rehabilitation on Indian Lands and he has been working for SDTHA since 2010. He has been working in the construction field for 16 years and has construction management expertise in residential construction, procurement, estimation, and cost projection, planning and budget preparation. He has prepared the plans and specifications for our housing projects, oversees new construction of NAHASDA units, currently overseeing our 14 housing unit Historic Rehabilitation project. Mr. Esquibel will oversee the bidding process to select an Architect and General Contractor. He will assist the ICDBG Project Manager coordinate the project progress, payments, budget, compliance, progress meetings, and reports. He will inspect the homes for compliance with building codes, monitor Contractor’s compliance with Davis Bacon, Section 3, and other program goals.

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  Rachelle Garcia Housing Counselor Mrs. Garcia has worked with SDTHA for five years and has worked with community services for nine years. She assists the Executive Director with administrative duties and oversees all tenant files. Ms. Garcia will provide homeowner outreach and pre- and post-homeownership training and counseling. Outreach services will include updating applicant listing, qualifying families, verifying income eligibility, prepare homeowner agreements, assist families understand the process of the mold remediation project and coordinate temporary relocation, if needed.

 

Rachelle Garcia

Housing Counselor

Mrs. Garcia has worked with SDTHA for five years and has worked with community services for nine years. She assists the Executive Director with administrative duties and oversees all tenant files. Ms. Garcia will provide homeowner outreach and pre- and post-homeownership training and counseling. Outreach services will include updating applicant listing, qualifying families, verifying income eligibility, prepare homeowner agreements, assist families understand the process of the mold remediation project and coordinate temporary relocation, if needed.