Sabrina Hooper, Deputy Director
Sabrina Hooper is the Deputy Director for the Tennessee Human Rights Commission. As Deputy Director she is responsible for managing the agency's enforcement program for employment, housing and public accommodation. Ms. Hooper received her master's degree in Public Administration from Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. Previous to joining the Commission, Ms. Hooper has worked as Director/ADA Coordinator - Office of Equal Opportunity for Murray State. In that capacity, she was responsible to the University President for all aspects of the University's compliance with federal/state laws, regulations and university polices /procedures regarding employment equal opportunity.
Saadia Williams, Housing Coordinator
Saadia L. Williams is the Housing Coordinator and a Rule 31 Civil Mediator with the Tennessee Human Rights Commission where she manages the Housing Division which is responsible for housing discrimination investigations throughout the state of Tennessee. She received her Master’s Degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN. She is a graduate of the National Fair Housing Training Academy and Leadership Knoxville.