Who We Are

One Commandment Corporation is a community-based nonprofit, whose mission is to pursue housing support for industrious, single, middle-aged women with low needs. 

 

Our team is comprised of a group of social scientists, workplace psychologists, volunteers, fundraisers, financial professionals, advocates, and educators with a myriad of experiences and enough passion to rotate the globe.

 

They are dedicated and passionate about partnering with---and informing business leaders, housing developers, philanthropists, financiers, and corporations; that are willing to participate in an effort to provide safe, affordable, housing in quality homes and communities, for single, industrious women.

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Christie Shaw

Founder & Grassroots Advocate

Christie Shaw an Industrial Organizational  (I-O) and Psychology professional specializing in talent acquisition and development. Formally educated in all facets of Industrial-Organizational Psychology.

 

Christie is also a published author & public speaker whose personal mission is to encourage, inspire, and assist others towards personal growth.

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Deborah (Debbi) Smith Harris
Treasurer

Deborah (Debbi) Smith Harris has enjoyed a robust and long tenured career as a credit and financial analyst. Having worked for and established credit worthiness for renowned Fortune 500 corporations. Debbi embodies a wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise in the credentialing facets of credit and finance for big businesses.

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Fundraiser 

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Jasmine McGhee
Chief Financial Officer

Jasmine McGhee is an accomplished fund accountant. Jasmine is formally educated in finance and accounting via The University of Pittsburgh.

 

She currently enjoys working in investment banking as a private equity fund accountant for investment banking.

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Tina Cranmer
Secretary

 

Born and raised in New Jersey, Tina spent over 20 years on the west coast working in the higher education and nonprofit sectors while earning her bachelor’s degree and raising two children. Her background in nonprofit includes positions as executive assistant to the CEO and Board of Directors at Goodwill of the Olympics & Rainier Region and, more recently, to the Chief People Officer and General Counsel at the March of Dimes in Arlington, Virginia.

 

Tina holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and a management certificate from the Milgard School of Business. 

Current Partnerships

Fairfax County Coordinated Access System

Wish List Partnerships

United Way National Capitol

Women Housing Coalition, Inc.

Women Employed

Women Information Network

Women’s Information Support & Housing

Join Our Board

Single women with no challenges, other than needing a remedy to their housing insecurity are experiencing “hidden homelessness.” Are you interested?


Are you looking for a unique leadership opportunity or seeking to use your talents to make a
major impact towards a significant cause?

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