Habitat Lincoln's Blog
Take a look at the stories behind what makes Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln a builder of strength, stability, and shelter in our community.
Josh joined Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln as executive director in October 2015. Josh earned a Master of Public Administration degree, with an emphasis in Nonprofit Management. He has served in a variety of management roles with nonprofit organizations, including the Kearney Area Children’s Museum, Child Advocacy Center in Lincoln, and American Cancer Society in Topeka, Kan. Josh and his wife, Alisha, have three children.
Sheila Green tells us about why Lincoln Modern Quilt Guild Partners with Habitat, and some of her favorite moments.
Our volunteers are AWESOME! See what our volunteer and community outreach coordinator has to say about our volunteers. #InternationalVolunteerDay #IVD2018 #ResilientCommunities
Christina shares her childhood stories, and the reason why she "Habitats"! Christina joined Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln as development director in August 2015. She is responsible for fundraising and friend-raising through advancement campaigns, communications, marketing, volunteer coordination and special events. Prior to joining Habitat, she worked as the Communications Manager for the Food Bank of Iowa in Des Moines, IA. During her time there, she was responsible for all communication, marketing, advertising, social/digital media and promotion of the Food Bank.
Christina graduated from Wartburg College with a degree in Music Business. She currently resides in Lincoln, where she can easily visit family in Yutan and Grand Island, where she grew up.
Jeremy joined Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln in September 2016 as ReStore Manager. In April 2018, he was promoted to Operations Director, overseeing the affiliate's construction and homeownership programs as well as ReStore. Prior to joining Habitat Lincoln, Jeremy was the Assistant ReStore Manager for Mesilla Valley Habitat for Humanity in Las Cruces, New Mexico, where he worked for 5 years.