Founder & Executive Director
The purpose of our organization is to ensure that seniors in Atlanta can age in place with dignity and pass on generational wealth. Through our workshops, we connect low-income seniors with governmental home repair programs and adjunct resources necessary to meet certain eligibility requirements. We also bring in partners that help seniors obtain a will, healthcare directive and durable power of attorney. As the Executive Director, she is responsible for the development of workshops produced by the company that focuses on educating seniors about real estate and passing on generational wealth. She currently serves as a member of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottom's Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census. An innovator in the #aginginplace initiative, E. D. of Grandmama's House, #RubingerFellow, and now a LISC/CHIPOTLE Grantee, Charnette Trimble will continue to serve #seniors with education and opportunities so they can take back control of their assets and quality of life! https://lnkd.in/di64XcP
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Charnette is a native Atlantan who loves dogs, contemporary jazz, sci-fi movies, professional wrestling and the Atlanta Falcons. She has appeared in newspapers, magazines and on local television about her advocacy work for the community. Prior to starting Grandmama’s House, Ms. Trimble worked as an Ophthalmic Technician for a major healthcare organization for over five years. Charnette Trimble holds a B.A. in Finance from Georgia State University.