Below is the Springfield Eugene Tenant Association staff! Our staff run the day-to-day operations of SETA in supporting renters by assisting, educating, and empowering tenants in our community. If you are interested in applying to any open staff positions, please visit our careers page to view any open positions!
Tim Morris - Executive Director
Tim Morris (He/Him) is a founding member of the Springfield Eugene Tenant Association and served as the Board President for two years before transitioning into the role of Executive Director. Tim has been fighting for progressive values and housing accessibility for years and has served his community in a variety of ways; Cultivatating several growing local non-profits, serving on the Lane Community College and Lane County budget committees, and as a former candidate for office. In his spare time, Tim practices the piano, plays video games, and enjoys spending time in the community with family and friends. Tim lives in Downtown Eugene in a historic apartment complex.
Rennin Davidson - Hotline Manager
Rennin Davidson (She/Her) is a non-traditional human services student who is extremely passionate about housing for all. Despite having to make the difficult choice to leave college in 2005, she has a diverse working background ranging from boutique print sales and restaurant management to bartending and call center/social media management. Originally from Northeastern Pennsylvania, she is a musician, avid outdoors-person and mushroom forager, and a volunteer (internet) radio DJ! Rennin moved to Oregon in 2015 and rents an apartment with her partner and a particularly fussy old cat named Loki.
Mahindra Kumar - Tenant Support Specialist
Mahindra Mohan Kumar (He/Him) is a graduate student in the Sociology doctoral program at the University of Oregon working on issues related to housing and houselessness services. Prior to moving to Eugene in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and wildfires in 2020, Mahindra worked in numerous social service settings and non-profit organizations in the Southern California area, including working in group homes and shelters as a case manager. He is committed to the mission of recognizing housing as a utilitarian human right and spends his free time with his new cat companion, Mr. Engels.