Board of Directors and Committees


Bruce Armstrong

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bruce Armstrong –   President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Terry Eccles-Pettet –Vice President

 

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Stacia White – Treasurer

 

Miller, Jeff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeff Miller – Secretary

 

Mojgan Kasraei

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mojgan Kasraei – Director

 

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Kevin Hiebert – Director

 

Brenda Tiefenthaler

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brenda Tiefenthaler – Director

Leah Greenwood

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leah Greenwood – Director

 

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Dennis Mathews – Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Troy Johns – Director

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nancy Gaston – Director

 

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Jennifer Weber – Director

 

If you’re interested in learning more about a committee or when it meets, please contact Heather at volunteer@ehfh.org or 360-737-1759. 

Construction Leadership Team
Chair: Construction Manager, Dave Gray
Highly active and skilled Habitat site volunteers are invited to meet quarterly with Construction Manager Dave Gray and Community Outreach Coordinator Heather Cochrun. Their work involves confirming activities and goals for repairs and new construction.

Faith Team
Chair: Reverend Bruce Armstrong
The responsibilities of this committee are to identify local faith-based communities, to design partnership programs in order to build a faith-based coalition, and to support the initiative of eliminating sub-standard housing in our area.The Faith Relations Team is a subcommittee of the Development Committee and is led by Board Chair, Bruce Armstrong. The group is engaged in fostering relationships with church administrative staff and members. Through this Team, faith community relations with Evergreen Habitat will be reinvigorated, expanded and maintained. The Team will conduct fundraising efforts with faith groups in consultation with the Development Director. This Team also supports event planning and coordination for faith group gatherings Habitat is hosting or invited to. Members commit to one year of service and are assigned 5-6 faith groups to communicate with. To learn more about how to get involved, contact Amy Lodholz, 360-737-1759 or amy@ehfh.org.

Family Services
Chair: Board Member, Anita Jinks
The point-of-contact for all future Habitat partner families, this committee is responsible for choosing future Evergreen Habitat for Humanity homeowners from an ever-expanding pool of applicants. The committee plans and conducts a series of homeowner orientations. Each homeownership applicant attends these orientations to become familiar with the Habitat program. The committee then organizes home interviews for qualified applicants and makes recommendations for family partnership.

Finance
Chair: Board Member, Stacia White
Sub-committee of the Board of Directors that meets monthly. Members review and oversee activities related to the budget and financing for the organization. Participants seek to support the Board Treasurer, Executive Director, and Finance Manager. Skills necessary include a background in finance, accounting and/or nonprofit management.

Development and Marketing
Chair: Development Director, Amy Lodholz
The purpose of the development committee is to raise public awareness about Evergreen Habitat and work on donor retention and cultivation. This is a trained sub-committee of the Board of Directors who serve as a sounding board for the Development Director and ensures that development activities the affiliate enacts are strategic and thorough. The group also supports event planning and coordination. This is a great entry-way into our organization if you would like to consider leadership on our Board of Directors. This group takes part in public speaking opportunities and created the fund development plan, strategizing for the future or our organization. Meets at the Habitat office every first Monday at 1 pm.

Women Build
Co-Chairs: Camille Wright and Angela Zagorsky
This group works to engage volunteers of any skill level in the planning, fundraising and building of a healthy and affordable home. Through contributing to this unique program, participants gain skills and confidence in all aspects of a build project while working with a team of committee members, crew leaders, volunteers, and tradeswomen in a supportive, empowering building environment. Committee members commit to one-year of service in this program. Position description available with more details upon request.