About Us

Anita Johnson

image1

Anita D. Johnson

Executive Director


Anita Johnson is the Executive Director at the Neighborhood Care Team, Inc. and was the

organizations’ Program Director before being promoted to her current position. At the

Neighborhood Care Team Supported Housing program, she is responsible for all financial and

programmatic aspects of the organization-including housing policy development and

compliance with public and private reporting requirements. Anita brings more than twenty-five

year experience in real estate management, brokerage and real estate business ownership.

Prior to her many positions at the Neighborhood Care Team, Inc., she was the sole proprietor of

a Real Estate Management and Consulting firm, ADJ Company which managed the largest

privately owned cooperative complex in New York City. Winner of the NY Habitat Finance

Award in Property Management, she spearheaded comprehensive fiscal and operations policies

that improved performance and led to greater shareholder satisfaction and engagement in the

complex’ overall operations. She went on to develop a five –year Self-management plan for the

housing corporation’ Board of Directors which the housing corporation continues to follow

today. These self-management housing strategies are the core of many of the agency’

operational policies for the supportive housing programs.

Ms. Johnson is a family member, advocate for the mentally ill, and a Who’s Who of

Entrepreneurs. She is committed to issues surrounding underserved populations and educating

public and private housing organizations in the importance of controlling and self-managing

their most valuable assets – their homes.

Antoinette Murray

image2

Antoinette Murray

Senior Case Manager Supported Housing/Community Care


Ms. Antoinette Murray has been employed at the Neighborhood Care Team, Inc.,

Supported Housing program since October 2003. She has held the position of

Case Manager then recently Senior Case manager as of 2019. Ms. Murray is also

the voice on the “emergency contact phone” for all supported housing residence

calling the line after 5PM on weekdays and all day weekends for consumers living

in the Supported housing program that may require emergency assistance and/or

support. As the Senior Case manager Ms. Murray conducts initial intake

interviews for all community care SPOA applicants and assists the referring agents

in completing the list of additional requests and paperwork required for final

admission decisions.

For twenty years prior to joining the Neighborhood Care Team, Inc., Ms. Murray

worked at the New York County District Attorney’s Office in the Criminal Court,

Supreme Court and the Grand Jury Unit(s). A graduate of John Jay College of

Criminal Justice, Antoinette offers a wealth of knowledge in police science to the

case management team. She is instrumental in assisting consumers who may

have criminal justice histories that require resolution and/or dissolution prior to

obtaining employment and enrollment in alternate government housing. She acts

as an advocate for consumers in accessing additional social service benefits

and/or housing enhancements. Ms. Murray also lends her time as a volunteer for

local Queens organizations servicing homeless individuals and families.