Newly-Elected Directors at Habitat for Humanity Peninsula & Greater Williamsburg
(1888PressRelease) Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg, a non-profit organization serving the communities of Hampton, James City County, Newport News, Williamsburg, York County, and Poquoson, announced their newly-elected directors.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA - The following people have been elected officers and new board members for the Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors for Fiscal Year 2013:
David L. Hancock is the newly elected President of the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity. Hancock has served on the Habitat Board since 2008. Hancock is the Founder and President of Morgan James Publishing and was named a Finalist in the Best Chairman category in the American Business Awards and was also selected for Fast Company Magazine's Fast 50. Morgan James Publishing has a partnership with Habitat for Humanity and donates a percentage of all book sales to Habitat for Humanity Peninsula & Greater Williamsburg for the life of each book.
Ché Henderson is President-elect of the Board. Henderson is Vice President of Visions2000, Inc., a training and consulting company established in 1990 and based out of Yorktown, Virginia.
Cathy McQuade is the new Treasurer for Habitat for Humanity. McQuade is the President of York River Electric, a Virginia registered class "A" General Contractor, and woman-owned minority disadvantaged business.
Bobby Norris Jr., is the Board Secretary for Habitat and serves as Assistant General Manager for Wal-Mart Distribution in Williamsburg.
Herbert V. Kelly, Jr., of Jones, Blechman, Woltz & Kelly, continues as Of-Counsel.
Donald Davis, of Davis & Associates continues as At-Large on the Executive Committee.
Alexis Swann is Habitat's Immediate Past President. She is employed with Wells Fargo as Vice President and Relationship Manager in Wealth Management.
Other members of the Board are Stephen Abbitt, The Abbitt Group, Dwayne Blake, Huntington Ingalls; Rob Goetz, Merrill Lynch/Bank of America; Tevan Green, Citadel Logic, LLC; Mark Hennaman, Old Point National Bank; Brenda T. Harkness, Landmark Residential Appraisers; Rev. Jeffrey W. Jones, Bank of America Zoe Lumpkin, City of Newport News; Robert (Bobby) Powell, Prudential Towne Realty; Julie Russell, Henderson General Contractors; Candace R. Snyder, Root Ventures, LLC; Chip Whitehead, Ferguson and Juanita Wright.
Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg is a non-profit organization serving the communities of Hampton, James City County, Newport News, Williamsburg, York County, and Poquoson. The local affiliate has built, renovated and repaired more than 160 homes since its founding in 1985. Habitat relies on building partnerships, volunteer labor, and donated materials to continue to produce safe, decent, affordable housing to homeowners with excellent credit, an income between 45-60 percent of the area median income, and the ability to pay for their new Habitat home. Homeowners purchase the new house with a no-interest, 20 to 30-year mortgage carried by Habitat. The payments made by the homeowner are then recycled to continue to provide home owning opportunities for more deserving families.
For further information contact Habitat Executive Director Janet V. Green at 757-596-5553x3 or visit the Habitat website at www.HabitatPGW.org.
Janet V. Green
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