To create innovative housing solutions in desirable communities for residents of diverse incomes and facilitate access to services to help them succeed.
We at INLIVIAN are proactively redefining our role in the Charlotte community and aspire to be the preferred provider of housing that is affordable for our growing population. By partnering with quality service providers for supportive services and becoming stronger financially, our hope is to become a collaborative leader who can present effective, affordable solutions to housing issues in Charlotte.
We are a non-profit real estate holding company with a public purpose. Our purpose is to provide decent, safe, housing that is affordable to low and moderate-income families while supporting their efforts to achieve self-sufficiency. INLIVIAN works hand-in-hand with quality service providers for supportive services and as a result, we continue to evolve as a collaborative leader, helping to provide solutions to housing issues in Charlotte and the surrounding area.
We do this through developing real estate, managing those assets, and providing caring case management and self-sufficiency programs.
Due to an entrepreneurial nature, Fulton started two 501(c)(3) organizations to garner private dollars for public causes such as funds for post-secondary education and the construction of high-quality affordable housing. He has successfully led development efforts which resulted in the creation of over 1800 mixed-income apartments using a myriad of sources such as HOPE VI funding, Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and Tax Exempt Bond Financing.
With a passion for helping people, Fulton believes that INLIVIAN is “more than bricks & sticks” and that able-bodied people should work. During his career, he has developed comprehensive supportive services programs incorporating case management, education and job placement. He believes the key to upward mobility is housing + supportive services + education + employment.
Fulton serves on a number of boards and committees including the Centralina Council of Governments’ Connect Our Future Consortium, Urban Land Institute (ULI) Steering Committee, and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Coalition on Housing. He is a member of the Council of Large Public Housing Authorities, National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials and the Public Housing Authorities Directors Association.
He is married to Jeanette Meachem and father of two sons, Bryce and Brannon.
Ms. Lewis earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology/Social Welfare from Winston Salem State University and a Master’s in Strategic Leadership with a concentration in Human Resources from Pfeiffer University. Ms. Lewis has served in several positions at INLIVIAN. She joined the agency working as a case manager in CORE programs, providing supportive services to our families. She has also served as both the Special Assistant and Project Manager to INLIVIAN’s Executive Office. Ms. Lewis has more than 18 years of experience working in the human services field. Prior to joining INLIVIAN, Ms. Lewis worked at two public housing agencies serving in the Resident Services departments. In her current role, she leads the Talent Operations division. Ms. Lewis works collaboratively to provide guidance in the areas of training and development, performance management, talent acquisition, benefits and compensation, employee engagement and customer service. Ken’s responsibilities include all technological areas from software systems, software development, network infrastructure, cyber security, servers, desktops, printers and communications systems. Ken’s passion is building networks, software systems and business processes that allow businesses to maximize the use of technology and create business efficiencies.
With 22 years committed to his career, Allan has experience across information systems, data management, cyber security, disaster recovery, cloud computing, systems configuration and management. This is all in addition to his associate degrees in Electronics Engineering Technology/Networking from Remington College and in Computer Information Technology from Delgado Community College plus certifications in Microsoft Azure Clous Administration, in Azure Cloud Fundamentals, IT Project Management & Cyber Security and Public Housing Management from Nan McKay University.
Cheron holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from James Madison University, a Master of Arts degree from American University, a Graduate certificate from the University of Maryland College Park, as well as the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) distinction. In addition to being an entrepreneur, Cheron has been a mentor for over 20 years and currently serves as the Diversity and Inclusion Chair for PRSA Charlotte and a coach for Girls on the Run.
More than lead as a COO, Eric has served in various roles such as managing partner of a law firm that advised clients in the area of real estate and contract law, a Deputy Director of Operations the Office of Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, and a consultant that provided advisory services in the areas of government outreach, project management and workforce development.
Eric earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from University North Carolina at Charlotte, a Juris Doctorate degree from North Carolina Central University’s School of Law and a Leadership & Management certificate from Duke School of Business. He also holds active law licenses in both North Carolina and the District of Columbia.
Prior to joining INLIVIAN, Mrs. Evans worked for a local 501 (c)(3) organization as a Program Director overseeing programs for homeless individuals and families. Mrs. Evans has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Johnson C. Smith University and a Master’s in Social Work from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Georgia. She has more than 17 years of experience directing programs and executive level management, including thirteen years at INLIVIAN.
Tomico is active with LISC Grass Roots Advisory Council and Renaissance West Community Initiative Advisory Council.
Temeka earned her Bachelor of Science in Politics and Government from Illinois State University and a Master of Public Administration & Policy Analysis from Southern Illinois University. She holds the following certifications: Project Based Management. HCV Homeownership, HCV Specialist, Public Housing Manager, Public Housing Rent Calculation, Developing and Managing Project Based Vouchers, RAD Project Based Standards, Family Self Sufficiency, HCV Program Management, Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation, and Housing Credit Certified Professional.
She is a hands-on leader for her team as well as colleagues, investors, agencies and owners. Kim is a firm believer in being the example you want others to follow.
In addition to Property Management, Kim brings a diverse background to the company with experience in accounting, marketing, software development and business management.
A graduate of Dalian University of Technology in China, Allen holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management and Real Estate Development. Further solidifying his expertise, he is an alum of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he earned his Master of Science in Real Estate Development. Allen's leadership prowess, coupled with his extensive knowledge and experience, empowers the HDP team to make positive impact on the Queen's City.
Allen is inspired daily by his wife and their two children. In his free time, Allen likes to rock climbing, ice skating, and exploring new things with his family.