The Executive Director provides leadership and vision for the State Office consistent with the overall mission and values set forth by our Board of Directors. He promotes and upholds the covenant with Habitat for Humanity International. In addition, he reports to the Board and is responsible for staff management, internal and external public relations, donor solicitation and recognition, volunteer recruitment and recognition, family selection, budget development and adherence, oversight of the ReStore operations, and ensuring that board policies and goals are implemented by its committees. The Executive Director is a non-voting member of the Board and Executive Committee, and an ad hoc member of all other Committees.
Brandon can be reached via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org and by phone at: 334-737-6401
Affiliate Program Support Manager
As Affiliate Program Support Manager, Zach identifies and creates opportunities to grow the capacity of Habitat for Humanity affiliates in Alabama. He assists the Executive Director in the managing of current programs and services offered to affiliates, and explores ways to create new partnerships and programs to expand the reach and grow of the Habitat for Humanity brand. These goals are achieved by following the model of our 4 Pillars of service: resource development, training & technical support, disaster response, and advocacy & awareness. Zach has unique experience reflecting the 4 Pillars with years of employment and volunteerism with a variety of Alabama based non-profits, political organizations, and charitable groups.
Zach can be reached via email at: email@example.com and by phone at 334-737-6401.
Deon Hall manages and oversees the daily operations of the Alabama Habitat ReStore.
The Opelika Habitat Re-Store is a 40,000 sq. ft. home renovation center that accepts donated products of appliances, hardware, housewares, tools, paint, furniture, lumber, flooring, doors, etc. from distributors, manufacturers, retailers, individuals, and contractors throughout the state of Alabama. The product is then sold, at discounted prices, to the general public. The store's operation generates funds to support Habitat for Humanity’s state office, while reducing the amount of building materials that would otherwise go to overflowing landfills.
The ReStore, opened in 2012, has been growing and thriving based on excellent donor relationships that come from great service and the support of a worthy cause. Since opening its doors, the ReStore has generated over $700,000 in sales and helped fund over $250,000 of monetary support and gifts in kind to the 32 HFH affiliates that the state office serves.
To speak with Deon or schedule a pickup, email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at: 334-737-6400