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Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. focuses on reforming refugee processing. We synergize the integration of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and Refugees into local communities and economies where placement programs are located.

Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. redefines the system by creating jobs for locals, IDPs, and Refugees while providing homes, access to early and secondary schooling, and healthcare. These opportunities allow IDPs and Refugees to become valued members of society, achieve freedom immediately, and ultimately pursue happiness.

Governance, Internal and External Oversight

Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. is committed to operating at the highest standards of accountability, transparency, and ethics by publicly sharing our corporate financial information about deploying donated funds to achieve our mission.

Many Homes Freedom Project Corp.'s definitions of good governance expands beyond corporate oversight and transparency. Our good governance policy also encompasses supporting and representing the community's interest in everything we do by working in partnership with local professionals in every community we engage.

Our directors also cooperate with vital legal bodies and various independent organizations that evaluate charities so that they have the unfettered ability to independently assess and freely report, to the general public, our organization's degree of accountability

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Our Board of Directors has two fundamental fiduciary duties that apply to everything we do:

Primary Focus 

To keep Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. focused on providing for the needs of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Refugees, and the local communities we enter when making decisions on behalf of the organization.

Execution Focus Competency

To oversee and motivate our directors to be driven at all times, to meet or exceed specific goals and objectives as quickly as possible. Focused on results, not the process, and leverage resources available and solve problems creatively to get the job done.

Organizational And Financial Information

Tax-Exempt Status

Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. is a Florida Not For Profit Corporation.


Our Board of Directors and Advisory Board provide internal oversight of the organization.

Professionally Staffed

Our C-Suite Executive Staff provides the expertise and experience in each critical proficiency required to achieve our mission.

Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest Policy

Many Homes Freedom Project Corp.'s Code of Ethics and Conflict of Interest Policy annual disclosure practices ensures ethical behavior and transparency.

Annual Independent Audit

Our financial statement transparency provides access to and details our use of donor funds and all acquired assets.

IRS Verified

We are in the process of applying for recognition as a public charity under Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3) and expect the application to be approved with an effective date retroactive to the date of formation.

Stewardship Publicly Reported

Our Annual Report of activities for each year provides details on our accomplishments and the impact we make with public and Governmental support.

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The Dynabilt synergistic patented wall panel combines the strength and performance of cold-formed galvanized steel and the sustainable high-energy-efficient properties of expanded polystyrene (EPS). The Dynabilt System is indistinguishable from site-built structures, meets all building codes, and provides savings that exceed 50% of traditional construction. Additional benefits include reducing the size and required skill levels of job-site construction crews, a straightforward installation process, and reducing the construction time, which is paramount when creating homes for IDPs and Refugees. Beyond cost, construction time, and structural advantages, the Dynabilt products are environmentally friendly, fire-resistant, and impervious to vermin, and termites, offer superior energy efficiency, and are LEED compliant, a significant benefit for program safety and sustainability.

Meet The Board


Lamont Artis, CEO and Chairman

Lamont is a business developer with over 20-plus years of working as a Managing Director in the international trade and development industry. His commitment to the upliftment of the underprivileged in emerging markets has awarded him professional experience in negotiations, operations management, team building, construction, and infrastructure implementation. Now executing his vision for the deployment of technology-based structures for use in our temporary housing program, his dreams of changing the system for the better are finally realized.


Simona Shoy-Barnes, Chief Operating Officer

Simona is a poised and refined Certified Project Management Professional specializing in delivering Enterprise products, services and results to Fortune 500 organizations, while maintaining a reputation of accountability, dedication, trustworthiness, common sense and meticulous attention to detail to ultimately achieve client satisfaction.


Elizabeth Ginori, Chief Financial Officer

Specializing in Florida state and local tax for over the last 30 years, Elizabeth first cut her teeth in finance at the Big 4 accounting firms. She builds process efficiencies, plans engagements, conducts research and analysis, oversees projects and teams, and assists with compliance issues in her role at Many Homes Freedom Project Corp.


Ray Barrios, Chief Construction Officer

Construction is the heart of the program. Ray's 30-plus years of crafting quality commercial and residential real estate give Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. the advantage of building bright futures.


Tomeo M-Gressard, Chief Systems Officer

With a focus on economic development in emerging nations, Tomeo a passionate philanthropist and advisor to Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. oversees the investor relations.


Patrick Price, EVP of Operations

Hospitality Executive Patrick Price ideated Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. After analyzing the root cause of the disruption in the supply chain of his export-import business Patrick was compelled to find a humanitarian solution to the mass displacement in the world. As EVP of Operations, his goal is finally realized.

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Omar Theron Barnes, Chief Creative Officer

Omar has an expansive background in copywriting, entertainment branding, and artistic design. As a master marketer and lifestyle curator, Omar has even been instrumental in launching the rap career for billionaire Kanye West. Leveraging his tv and film production talents to develop new media content and galvanize supporters, Omar will create a call to action that will take Many Homes Freedom Project Corp. fundraising efforts to new levels.

Meet The Team


Tiffany Dash, Snr Project Manager

Tiffany is a Business Transformation Global Business Analyst Manager and Lead Enterprise Project Consultant in the SaaS industry with 13 plus years of PMO experience analyzing business operational data to implement viable system/business process solutions. Proven ability to facilitate discovery sessions with the business and coordinate with IT department to define the business problem statement, business/functional requirements, create project scope, and identify gaps & system downstream impacts.

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