Habitat for Humanity PWC Elects New Officers and Board

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Provided by Habitat for Humanity Prince William County

Incoming and outgoing Habitat Board Members, 2017/2018.

Habitat for Humanity Prince William County recently held elections to its Board of Directors for Fiscal Year 2018.

New board members include Rob Major, President of Major Home Inspections, a family-owned business in Prince William County, who was elected to serve a three-year term ending in 2020. Mr. Major previously served on Habitat’s board from 2006-2012.  He was also elected to serve as the Secretary of the Board of Directors for a one-year term. Chuck Rector, Vice President of Weber Rector Commercial Real Estate Services based in Manassas, was also elected to a three-year term and will serve as Treasurer of the Board for one year.  Mr. Rector has more than twenty-five years of experience as a commercial general contractor and developer and is well known in the business community for his service on non-profit and industry-related boards and committees.

Other officers and directors elected to the Habitat for Humanity Board are: Chair: Karen Wilkinson, retired; Chair-Elect: Brian Smith, retired; Immediate Past Chair:  Lawrence Hughes, retired;  Directors: John McBride of Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C.; Michael Kitchen, Christopher Consultants; and Renee Woolfolk, First Mount Zion Baptist Church.

Habitat is grateful to three members for completing their service on Habitat’s Board. Bob Anderson, owner of Metro Sign and Design and Scott Silvestain, CPA at DuvallWheeler, LLP, both ended three-year terms. Aron Perkins resigned from the Board of Directors after a two-year term to take a position on staff with the organization as its Programs Director. 

Habitat for Humanity Prince William County is a nonprofit, locally operated affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. Since 1994, Habitat for Humanity Prince William County has partnered with families, businesses and volunteers to make safe, affordable and decent homeownership a reality in Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park. Habitat for Humanity Prince William County has completed more than 180 home ownership, home repair and community development projects including building new homes, rehabbing existing ones, major and minor home repairs and cleanups in neighborhood and public spaces. For more information, visit habitatpwc.org. 

Habitat for Humanity International is an ecumenical Christian ministry that welcomes to its work all people dedicated to the cause of eliminating poverty housing. Since its founding in 1976, Habitat has built more than 300,000 houses worldwide, providing simple, decent and affordable shelter for more than 1.5 million people. For more information, visit habitat.org.


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