Amy Radachi

President and CEO

Amy founded the affiliate in 1996 and served as its first Board President from 1996-1998. In July 1998, she was hired as the first Executive Director. Amy worked as a paralegal for Thompson Hine from 1988-1996 and at NCR from 1996-1998. She has served on the Landmarks Commission and Public Arts Commission for the City of Dayton. She served as President of Dayton View Historic Association for four years. She graduated from Leadership Dayton in 2002 and the Neighborhood Leadership Institute in 1996. She was named an Outstanding Young Woman of America in 1997 and one of the Ten Top Women in Dayton in 2002. She was named one of the 40 Under 40 by the Dayton Business Journal in 2008. She was a member of the Dayton Rotary Board of Directors for 2010-2013. She was named President/CEO of Rebuilding Together Dayton in September 2009. She was selected as Executive Director of the Year for Rebuilding Together affiliates in November 2012. She is currently President of the Rotary Club of Dayton.

Scott Bruns

Project Manager

Scott volunteered as a house captain with Christmas in April*Dayton in 1996. He became a Board member in 1997,  and served as Board president 2002-2003. Scott founded Bruns, Inc. in 1990 to provide technical assistance to governmental agencies, community developers and neighborhood development corporations and other non-profits. Scott became Project Manager in 2006 to assess Neighbor●Care projects and manage house captains for Rebuilding Day projects.

Amanda Harrelson

Neighbor●Care Director


Amanda Harrelson was hired as the Neighbor●Care Director in August 2015. Amanda’s previous experience includes serving as a Rebuilding Together Dayton CapacityCorps Member from 2011 – 2012. In her role as an AmeriCorps member, Amanda managed the Seasonal Revitalization program and coordinated outreach and volunteer efforts. She then worked at the University of Dayton Research Institute supporting research in energy technologies before returning to RTD. Amanda has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Dayton and has an EPA Lead Safe Renovator certification.

Michelle Hausman

Seasonal Safe@Home Director


Michelle was hired as the Seasonal Safe@Home Director in August 2018. Previously, she worked for an international NGO, coordinating humanitarian projects that focused on community development and education, as well as, conservation. Michelle has a Master of Science in Marketing and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Cincinnati.