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Rutherford Count Habitat for Humanity Committees

Committee

The principal purpose is…

Members

 

Volunteer/Church Relations

To help recruit volunteers for all Habitat building projects, events and committees, and to recognize all volunteers’ work for Habitat.

To create, develop and maintain positive relationships with the faith community, and to establish covenant relationships between the affiliate and a significant percentage of the faith community. An additional purpose is to coordinate fund-raising within the faith community along with the Resource Development Coordinator.

  • Wendy Sanders
  • Larry Blanton
  • Wayne Webb
  • Sue Leslie

 

Site/Construction

The construction committee develops the affiliate’s inventory of standard house plans; in collaboration with the family services committee, determines sweat equity requirements; develops the affiliate’s own construction manual; helps identify and recruit long-term, volunteer site supervisors and crew leaders. The construction committee works closely with the Construction Coordinator and family services committee, as well as the volunteer coordinator.

Works with the Construction Coordinator to investigate and acquires property, does site maintenance and building preparation, may be involved in infrastructure design. Inspects all possible sites, to judge those most suitable for building, and to recommend building sites to the Board of Directors.

  • Bob Bourne, Chair
  • Pete Link
  • Rob Monta
  • Doug Tribou
  • Fred Dennis
  • Perry Gaffney
  • Mike Lyda
  • Brannon Freeman

 

Executive

To exercise the authority of the Board of Directors at such times as the board is not in session, except to the extent prohibited or limited by the bylaws or by resolution. Also, to oversee the implementation and administration of policies and procedures relating to volunteers and employees, of the corporation, coordinates the strategic and long-range planning activities of the corporation, monitors and evaluates the performance of the corporation with respect to the achievement of its mission, purposes, and goals.

  • Priscilla Downs, Chair
  • Bob Bourne
  • Ken Sanford
  • Andy Francis
  • Kim Freeman, ex officio

 

Family Services

To screen applicant homeowners and to recommend selections to the Board based upon Habitat criteria.

To provide support to families who are in transition to owning their own home, helping them during the period from selection through home ownership to become responsible and independent homeowners.

  • Fred Bayley
  • Kim Roberson
  • Melissa Thompson
  • Sally Calroni
  • Charlie Yelton
  • Susan Keith

 

Finance

This committee is responsible for overseeing the affiliate’s financial and administrative activities, including the audit and budget functions. It also is responsible for implementing and reviewing policies that foster good stewardship and money management. The committee ensures that there are adequate financial resources available, and that there is no deficit spending for the programs of the affiliate. This committee develops, oversees, and reviews the affiliate’s budget; coordinates the various elements of the budget; and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors for approval of the budget. The affiliate treasurer chairs the committee while the executive director is an ex-officio member. This committee will advise the board on more complicated financial matters such as leveraging mortgages and accelerated asset recovery.

  • Andy Francis, Chair
  • Bob Bourne
  • David Truscott
  • Bill Buck
  • Brian Long

 

Nominating

The nominating committee is responsible for recruiting and selecting a board that is effective and representative of the entire community. It is the committee’s responsibility to identify and recruit prospective directors of the affiliate and present a slate of nominees for election as directors at the annual meeting. The nominating committee often presents a slate of officers as well. The committee must take care to ensure that the community is well represented and the board has a useful balance of talents and community contacts.

  • Priscilla Downs, Chair
  • Bob Bourne
  • Ken Sanford
  • Andy Francis
  • Kim Freeman, ex officio

 

Resale Store

To design and oversee operations of a Resale Store in Rutherford County to generate funds to build homes and create community awareness of Habitat for Humanity.

  • Nell Bovender
  • Bill Honeycutt
  • Kim Freeman
  • Ken Malone
  • Don Harris
  • Jimmy Okpych​