Leadership

Leadership

Fauquier Habitat for Humanity is governed by a Board of Directors, which includes an executive committee. Each board member serves a three-year term, and can serve a maximum of two consecutive terms. Day-to-day management is done by the staff, which includes the executive director, the resource development manager and the construction manager.
 

2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Officers

Steve Crosby, President

Michelle Hale, Vice President

Tom Bartkiewicz, Treasurer

Leslie Wise, Secretary

 

Directors 

Ron Aiani

Tray Allen

Tom Bartkiewicz

Terri Church

David Couk

Krista Coyner

Robert Dyer

Ray Knott

Aron Newby

John Suter

Faye Walker

Junior Directors

Willem Grabner

Jo Quinn St. Ledger

 

STAFF

Paul Linz, Executive Director  

Paul holds a B.S. in Accounting from Cal-State Los Angeles and an M.B.A from Auburn University. He joined Xerox Corporation in 1983 where he held a wide variety of management assignments in Finance, Strategy & Planning, Sales, Marketing, Engineering and Product Development during his 30 year tenure.  Paul also has extensive non-profit experience having served as CFO and VP of Operations of Educational Services International, accountant and financial advisor to Natik Esperanza and project manager for Innovations for Poverty Action.

Paul was a member of the Board of Directors of San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity from October 2008 through May 2014, including two years as Treasurer and one year as Vice President.  In 2011 Xerox granted Paul a year of social service leave where he served as the project manager for a five unit townhome development in Glendale, CA.

 

Rebecca Frye, Resource Development Manager

Rebecca has worked for national nonprofits for more than 20 years and has particular strengths in communications, social media, resource management and disaster response. She volunteers with local animal rescue groups, is an avid traveler and hiker, and plans to build her own tiny home someday.

 

Tony Toth, Construction Manager Tony comes to us with more than 25 years of home building experience with 100 homes built in both Fauquier and Prince William counties as a Class A contractor. Tony is also a licensed real estate appraiser, a VA-certified home inspector and a member of the American Society of Home Inspectors. He is married to the chair of our Family Selection committee, Edda Berglund, and is very aware of Habitat’s philosophy of giving a hand up, not a hand out. Tony is also well aware of the need for affordable housing here in Fauquier county and is planning our future building projects.

 

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