November 21, 2016
Loveland Habitat for Humanity hires 3 new staff members
Loveland Habitat for Humanity has hired 3 new staff members to support efforts to increase construction of affordable housing in Loveland.
“These positions are important to help us keep pace with the additional financial, HR and volunteer demands we face. We’re a small organization and we’re delighted to find good people that are personally and professionally committed to the mission of Loveland Habitat and the Habitat ReStore” said Cindi Werner, Executive Director or Loveland Habitat for Humanity.
The new staff members are:
Meghan Morris, Director of Human Resources
Meghan has ten years of experience, managing and directing HR at Hospice of Northern Colorado and most recently at Evergreen Home Health. Meghan has a Master's Degree in Community Counseling/Psychology and PHR Certification.
Carrie Anne Klassen, Director of Finance
Carrie Anne is a Colorado native who has 18 years of experience as a Chief Financial Officer in Manufacturing and Construction industries. Carrie has a B.S. in Finance with emphasis on Management/Operations and is passionate about community service work with her heart, in humbleness & following in faith!
Chris Zwakenberg, Volunteer & Faith Relations coordinator
Chris has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the University of Delaware and a Master’s of Divinity degree from Biblical Seminary in Pennsylvania. Chris’s experience includes positions with Walking on Water and Invisible Children in San Diego, a Youth & College Ministry Director in Delaware and as the City Director for the Center for Student Missions in Washington, DC. He’s also participated in service opportunities to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central Africa, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Asia.
About Loveland Habitat for Humanity
Loveland Habitat builds strengths, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. The agency has built more than 130 homes in Loveland over the past 29 years, and is currently building new homes in the Sierra Valley subdivision. For more information about Loveland Habitat, homeownership and volunteer opportunities, please call (970)669-9769.