April Norton, Housing Director
April has spent the past decade developing programs and projects that help communities thrive. Through her work at the LOR Foundation, she engaged with rural landscapes and people throughout the Intermountain West, working on projects that included land and water conservation and affordable housing. In 2016, she joined the Jackson/Teton County Housing Department as it’s first director, focusing on partnerships to create affordable housing in the Jackson Hole area.
Currently, she serves as a board member for the Community Safety Network, advisory board member for Legacy Works Group, and is a member of the lunch Rotary Club. She is a past board member for Teton Youth and Family Services, Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit (START), and Yellowstone-Teton Clean Cities Coalition. In her spare time she enjoys playing outside with her two young children, husband and dog, and cheering on her beloved Clemson Tigers.
Stacy Stoker, Housing Manager
Stacy Stoker has worked at the Jackson/Teton County Housing Department since 2004 and was born and raised in Teton County. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration. Before Stacy worked for the Housing Department, she was self-employed as a mortgage broker, and also owned and operated two other businesses in town. Stacy is currently serving on the board of Pioneer Homestead. In her free time, Stacy enjoys playing golf, camping, hiking and swimming.
Billi Jennings, Sales Coordinator
Billi has been with the Housing Department since May of 2006. Billi moved to Jackson in 1986 and since moving here, has worked in retail, banking, as well as a 3 year stint with the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance. Billi, a mother of 3 grown children, and 2 grandchildren, made her home in Jackson until summer of 2007 when she moved to Alpine, WY. In her spare time she can be found watching her favorite Broncos team play football, and spending time with family and friends.
Currently Vacant, Compliance Specialist
Brandon Hernandez, Housing Analyst
Brandon moved to Jackson when he was 6 years old and has since called the Valley home. He attended the University of Wyoming where he earned a bachelors in Business Management and moved back to the area to begin his professional career. Brandon knows the Valley's challenges and is committed to helping and serving the community that he grew up in. In his spare time he likes to lift weights, play basketball and cheer on the Wyoming Cowboys. Go Pokes!!