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Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville ranks 9th out of 1,272 Habitat affiliates nationwide in number of new homes built.  Habitat of Greater Nashville’s empowering affordable homeownership program reaches into Davidson, Wilson, Dickson and Cheatham counties, with ReStores located in every county but Cheatham. Since it was established in 1985, Habitat of Greater Nashville has built or recycled more than 1,285 homes, 920 locally, and served more than 3, 268 family members including 2,060 children. Habitat of Greater Nashville has received numerous awards for neighborhood revitalization, green building practices, and sustainability, earning the 12th consecutive Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR® Award for Sustained Excellence in Affordable Housing.

Departments

Contact 615.254.4663

 

Danny Herron
President and Chief Executive Office

 

Lucile Houseworth
Chief Administrative Officer

 

John Roberts
Chief Financial Officer
 

 

Mike Allen
Faith Relations Director

 

Shelly Dillow, CPA
Controller

 

Torin Dobson, CAPM
Information Technology Director

 

Martha Grindeland
Human Resource Manager

 

Casey Campbell Hawkins
Director of Homeowner Services

 

Fred Kirby
Director of ReStore Retail Sales

 

Lauren Lane Payne
Senior Vice President of Philanthropy

 

Sherry Stinson
SVP of Brand Engagement, Marketing and Public Relations

 

Chip Wilson
Senior Vice President of Construction

 

Laura Gore, GPC
Director of Research and Grants

 

Jeff Bennett
Director of Divisions

 

 

Board of Directors
Executive  

Overton Colton, Chair
CEO and Risk Officer
Truxton Trust

Cristina Allen, At Large
Senior Advisor
Compass Executives, LLC

Alan Young, Vice Chair
CEO
Armor Concepts
Yvette Doran, At Large
President & CEO
Saint Thomas Medical Partners
Sam McAllester, Treasurer
Vice Chairman and Member
Bone McAllester Norton, PLC
Scott McWilliams, At Large
Co-owner
Royal Range USA

Meg Harris, Secretary
Head of Strategic Initiatives
AllianceBernstein

Mendy Mazzo, Past Chair
Corporate SVP, National Business Development
Skanska

Charles Starks, At Large
President & CEO
Music City Center

 

   

 

Board Members  

Jacky Akbari
Founder and Managing Principal
Worthington Advisory

Cristina Allen
Senior Advisor
Compass Executives, LLC

Shayne Bell
Senior Vice President
Pinnacle Financial Partners

Missy Chandler
Realtor
Parker Peery Properties

Daniel Clark
Director of Marketing
Thompson Machinery

Overton Colton
Chief Administrative Officer and Risk Officer
Truxton Trust

Nathan Crossett
Regional Banking District Manager
Wells Fargo

Kate Dailey
Office Leader
Pinnacle Bank

Yvette Doran
President & CEO
Saint Thomas Medical Partners

Ben Foster
Advisory Principal
KPMG

Meg Harris
Head of Strategic Initiatives
AllianceBernstein

Rodney Harris
Construction Manager
HCA Design & Construction

Ted Klee
Sr VP, Global Supply Chain Management, North America
Schneider Electric

Lethia Mann
Vice President
Community Development Manager
Regions Bank

Mendy Mazzo
Corporate Senior Vice President,
National Business Development
Skanska

Sam McAllester
Vice Chairman and Member
Bone McAllester Norton PLLC

Patrick McCartan
CFO
Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation

David McGowan
President
Regent Homes

 

 

Scott McWilliams
Co-Owner
Royal Range USA

Lee Molette
Owner
Molette Investment Services

Matthew Nicholson
Manager of Business Development
Turner Construction Company

Pam Pfeffer
President and CEO
Treemont Capital Inc.

Dan Rogers
VP, Executive Producer
Grand Ole Opry

Anne Rolman
Senior Vice President
Bank of America

Jessica Scouten
Forensic Accountant
KraftCPAs

Jarron Springer
CEO
Greater Nashville REALTORS

Laura Smith
Vice President – General Counsel
Nashville Electric Service

Charles Starks
President & CEO
Music City Center

Gif Thornton
Managing Partner
Adams and Reese LLP

Chemeka Wachtler
Marketing Communications Manager
LP Building

Dr. Susan West
Vice President and Chief of Staff
Belmont University

Tom Wallace
Associate Vice President for Information Technology
Middle Tennessee State University

Jay Williams
Co-Head
WME

Christie Wilson
Managing Partner/Broker
The Wilson Group Real Estate Services

Alan Young
Chairman & Chief Protection Officer
Armor Concepts, LLC

Nancy Zoretic
Senior Vice President
Pinnacle Financial Partners

Board Intern:
Laurie Atkins
Client Advisor
J.P. Morgan Private Bank

 

Advisory Council

Fabian Bedne
Partner
Organicus Design LLC

Dan Bedore
Executive Vice President and Managing Director
The Brandware Group

Rev. Ed Blackburn
Retired

Lee Blank
Market Executive
Regions Bank

Anna Boon
Manager
Boon Consulting Group

Chris Cahill
Vice President Treasury Management
Republic Bank

Kent Cleaver
Senior Loan Officer
Pinnacle Financial Partners

Kebbyn Connell
Compliance Coordinator
Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority

Joel Cooper
Information Technology Services
Deloitte Services LP

Rob Crichton
Retired
The Crichton Group

Tom Curl
Senior Vice President
Triumph Bank

Danny Dugan
Retired
North America Administrators

Derek Farrell
Director, Financial Reporting
Community Health Systems, Inc.

Nicholas Fischer
Network Deployment and Operations Lead
Google Fiber

Jack Fleischer
President
Hermitage Lighting

Lucia Folk
President and CEO
The Change Agent∙cy

Gil Fuqua
President
Corporate Communications

Ken Gerdesmeier
Retired
Deloitte

Patrick Gilbert
Architect, Principal
Gresham Smith and Partners

John Gillespie
Retired
Gillespie Land Development

Sammie Griffin
Treasury Management Sales Analyst II
Wells Fargo Bank

J. Scott Gupton
Executive Vice President, COO
INSBANK

Don Hardin
President
Don Hardin Group

Ken Harms
Retired
UPS

Joseph Hunter
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Development
Vanderbilt University

Jennifer Hutcheson
Senior Vice President, Corporate Controller
Ryman Hospitality Properties

Carla Jarrell
Community Development Officer
Pinnacle Financial Partners

 

Kevin Kessinger
Technology Advisor

Jack King
Attorney
Butler Snow

Paul Kleine-Kracht
Principal Consultant
North Highland

Ken Kulaga
Director of Construction
HCA Healthcare

Joe Lacher
Group Benefits Advisor
HUB International

Chris Logue
Area Manager/Group VP
SunTrust Bank

Patrick Lowry
VP, IT Strategy & Analytics
HealthTrust

David Mangum
Attorney
Law Office of David G. Mangum

Dan Martin
Retired
Ingram Barge

Alan Mazer
General Counsel
Urban Housing Solutions

Jim McCann
Retired
Franklin American Mortgage

Philip McCutchan
Market Manager
U.S. Bank

Chuck Merritt
Partner/Owner
White Post Media

Mekesha Montgomery
Attorney
Frost Brown Todd

Larry Morton
Retired
Crowe

Caitlin Mullaney
Chief Business Officer, Owen Graduate School of Management
Vanderbilt University

Rami Nofal
Senior Financial Analyst
Touchstone Medical Imaging

Dan Rose
Vice President and General Counsel
Rogers Group, Inc.

Carson Salyer
Retired
Westminster Presbyterian Church

Lucy Smith
Realtor
Fridrich & Clark Realty

Wade Smith
Financial Consultant

Benton Smothers
Vice President of Development
Holladay Properties

Karen Springer
President, Healthcare Operations
Ascension Healthcare

Dan Surface
Social Enterprise Consultant and Evangelist

Gregory Tidwell
Principal
Smith Gee Studio

Mandy Wachtler
Realtor
Pilkerton Realtors

Mark Weber
Corporate Controller
NES Power

Ward Wilson
Regional President
US Bank

All Board members are independent, voting members with terms current through December 31, 2018.       

Job postings

If you are interested in applying for a future position with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, click here for the employment application form and return it to: Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville, 414 Harding Place, Suite 100, Nashville, TN, 37211.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Habitat Positions

Finance Manager

ReStore positions

No positions open currently

 
Updated 1/16/20

Financials and policies

Affordable homeownership continues to challenge our vibrant city with more than 200,000 residents unable to afford housing. Habitat’s homeownership program is one pathway to more empowered, stable and secure financial futures. Currently, 85 cents of every dollar donated to Habitat of Greater Nashville goes toward providing a Habitat family the life-changing opportunity to purchase and own a home.

 

2017
990 for 2016
Financial Statement for 2016
2017 Annual Report

2018
990 for 2017
Financial Statement for 2017
2018 Annual Report

2019
990 for 2018
Financial Statement for 2018
2019 Annual Report

 



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Donor Privacy Policy

 

About Habitat for Humanity International

 

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International.

Founded in Americus, Georgia, USA, in 1976, Habitat for Humanity today operates around the globe and has helped build, renovate and repair more than 600,000 decent, affordable houses sheltering more than 3 million people worldwide. 

In Tennessee, Habitat for Humanity affiliates generate a total annual economic impact equivalent to more than 1,500 full-time full-year jobs. Habitat’s total annual earnings impact in Tennessee is estimated to be approximately $55.7 million.
 

Habitat’s Mission statement
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.

Mission principles
Demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ.

We undertake our work to demonstrate the love and teachings of Jesus, acting in all ways in accord with the belief that God’s love and grace abound for all, and that we must be “hands and feet” of that love and grace in our world. We believe that, through faith, the miniscule can be multiplied to accomplish the magnificent, and that, in faith, respectful relationships can grow among all people. Focus on shelter.

We have chosen, as our means of manifesting God’s love, to create opportunities for all people to live in decent, durable shelter. We put faith into action by helping to build, renovate or preserve homes, and by partnering with others to accelerate and broaden access to affordable housing as a foundation for breaking the cycle of poverty. Advocate for affordable housing.

In response to the prophet Micah’s call to do justice, to love mercy and to walk humbly with God, we promote decent, affordable housing for all, and we support the global community’s commitment to housing as a basic human right. We will advocate for just and fair housing policy to eliminate the constraints that contribute to poverty housing. And, in all of our work, we will seek to put shelter on hearts and minds in such powerful ways that poverty housing becomes socially, politically and religiously unacceptable. Promote dignity and hope.

We believe that no one lives in dignity until everyone can live in dignity. We believe that every person has something to contribute and something to gain from creating communities in which all people have decent, affordable places to live. We believe that dignity and hope are best achieved through equitable, accountable partnerships. Support sustainable and transformational development.

We view our work as successful when it transforms lives and promotes positive and lasting social, economic and spiritual change within a community; when it is based on mutual trust and fully shared accomplishment; and when it demonstrates responsible stewardship of all resources entrusted to us.

Non-proselytizing policy
Habitat for Humanity International and its affiliated organizations will not proselytize. Nor will HFH work with entities or individuals who insist on proselytizing as part of their work with HFH. This means that HFH will not offer assistance on the expressed or implied condition that people must adhere to or convert to a particular faith or listen and respond to messaging designed to induce conversion to a particular faith.

For more information about Habitat International's vision and mission, click here

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